Hampton Lucy Primary School

School Trips

The School organises regular trips for children, with each Class making at least one trip every year. Examples of recent trips below:

Stoneage Experience

The children from Years 3 and 4 visited Kingsbury Water Park last week to immerse themselves in a Stoneage Day.

The children thoroughly enjoyed the challenge of building a waterproof den in the afternoon and hiighlight for the children was learning how to light a (small!) fire of their own in the same way that Stoneage people would have done. The afternoon was rounded off with children toasting their own marshmallows around the campfire. A fabulous day which brought to life everything children had learned in the classroom.

 

Year 6 Residential

Our Year 6 pupils visited Croft Farm in Shropshire for their Year 6 Residential. It was amazing to see the children throw themselves into so many activities, many of which they had never tried previously. They climbed, kayaked, jumped, ran, problem solved, and worked in teams to tackle challenges. Their confidence grew during the time they were away, learning such important lessons in preparation for them moving to Year 7. We have loved hearing their tales!

Visit to the National Memorial Arboretum

This was a very popular trip with all the children and complimented a 'space' theme that ran throughout the Autumn Term. As well as seeing a wide array of rockets up close they were able to find out what it would be like to be an astronaut!