We have been able to book well in advance for our future residential trips to secure the best prices available and thus provide you with ample time to save and plan accordingly. If you wish to pay a deposit or set up a personalized payment plan, please speak to our office manager, Mrs Osborne.
Year 2 and 3
The National Curriculum states that children ‘should be given the opportunity to take part in outdoor and adventurous activity challenges, both individually and within a team’ and also that ‘taking part in physical activities build character and help to embed values such as fairness and respect’.
We offer our Year 2 and 3 children the exciting opportunity to take part in a summer residential trip, staying away for one night, at a centre close to home. We organise a two year rolling programme staying at the following venues:
Perlethorpe Centre - Camping
Sherwood Forest - Youth Hostel
Year 4, 5 and 6
To provide memorable and vivid learning experiences, we have booked a range of trips that cover aspects of the Curriculum such as Outdoor and Adventurous Activities (Kingswood) and Geography and Science curriculums (Boggle Hole).
Boggle Hole – Whitby 2019
The trip will run from Wednesday 18th- Friday 20th September 2019
We hope all pupils will be able to take advantage of this exciting trip.
The residential will consist of spending 3 days and 2 nights at the Boggle Hole Youth Hostel (Whitby)) where all meals, accommodation and activities will be provided by the YHA and our staff. The Youth Hostel has recently been refurbished in a pirate theme and has direct access to the beach. School has exclusive use of the Youth Hostel during our stay. It is within easy distance to Whitby and Scarborough. The coach will remain with us for the three days allowing use to explore the surrounding area.
Kingswood Outdoor Adventure Centre- Doncaster 2020
The trip will run from Wednesday 16th September 2020 – Friday 18th September 2020
The visit will consist of spending 3 days and 2 nights at the Dearne Valley Outward-bound Centre, Doncaster where members of staff will provide all meals, accommodation and activities.
The centre was opened in March 2012 and all of the facilities are up to date. Children will be able to come face-to-face with completely new activities and team building experiences, that promote healthy physical exercise and develop self-confidence including abseiling and archery, fencing. All activities are led by qualified and skilled instructors. Check out the website for more details - www.kingswood.co.uk