During the school year, the girls visit a wide variety of venues to enhance their work in class. Girls have trips to theatres, museums, art galleries, environmental centres and National Trust properties, to mention but a few. These visits are designed to complement the learning carried out in School and enable the girls to experience the relevance of their studies in the outside world.
In the Autumn Term, Year 6 have the opportunity to practise their French during their residential visit to France. In the Summer Term of Year 5, the girls take part in a residential field trip to Swanage in Dorset. Here they are able to enrich their studies for History and Geography. Additionally, in the Summer Term, Year 6 girls spend a week on the Isle of Wight, where they take part in a multi-activity programme consisting of team-building, games, problem-solving tasks and outward bound activities.
Year 4 also take part in a residential experience in the Summer Term. The girls spend three days at Marchant’s Hill, taking part in team-building games and other adventurous activities.
The residential experience is introduced to the girls in Year 3, also in the Summer Term. The girls visit the local Hindleap Warren centre for one night and take part in a variety of fun activities.