Out of School Learning Activities, Education Visits and Day Camps


Teachers plan for out of school learning activities. These are intended to help the pupils make the connection between what they have been learning in class and how it can be related to beyond the school.


We arrange a number of education visits throughout the school year. These might be relatively short visits, for example, to a post office or supermarket to familiarise them with using and counting money in a real setting, or to purchase items for a food technology lesson. Some education visits are longer, for example, a visit to a museum. Parental approval is always sought prior to any visit and details are sent home in advance.


We hold day camps during the year. These are usually attended by the whole school and may include extending the length of the school day depending on the activity.

“We offer our pupils the knowledge and skills they need so that as they grow and develop they will be able to achieve their full potential and become active members of society to the best of their ability.”
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