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Visits and Trips

Bringing the curriculum to life

Educational visits, visitors and residentials are an incredible experience for our children, which enrich a child’s curriculum learning, therefore all children in each year group will experience at least one educational visit each year. 

Day trips start in Reception, and have included visits to Stockheld Park in Wetherby, Tropical World, Yorkshire Farm and Roundhay Park.

Other trips for the younger pupils have included: The National Media Museum, Cannon Hall and the Yorkshire Wildlife Park.

Trips which regularly enhance the curriculum for older children include Bolling Hall, St Ives Estate in Harden, Bradford Cathedral, Harlow Park, Yorkshire Water’s Treatment Plant, Otley Chevin and The Bronte Museum.

Older children have enjoyed residential trips, which have included a stay at Winmarleigh Hall, near Preston and Cober Hill near Scarborough. While these trips provide the opportunity for further study and personal development, they are also are designed to provide lots of fun.

Planning is underway for children in Year 4, to have the opportunity to visit Robinwood, an activity centre offering activities that will challenge, develop teamwork and stimulate the imagination.

In Year 6, children will visit the bright lights of London where they will visit the Houses of Parliament, the London Eye and experience a West End Show amongst many other fantastic experiences.  

Visitors are regularly welcomed into school to talk to pupils and run workshops and activities.