The School organises regular trips for children, with each Class making at least one trip every year. Examples of recent trips below:
Compton Verney 'Pablo Picasso'
Compton Verney is showing the exhibition Picasso on Paper as part of their autumn season. To accompany the exhibition they were able to host The Boy Who Bit Picasso, an interactive theatre show for children based on the book of the same name that tells the true story Antony Penrose, a young boy with a very special friend, Pablo Picasso.
On Thursday 17th November Class 2 along with other schools in our Cluster had the opportunity to visit Compton Verney for a guided tour of the exhibition with a member of the Picasso. Both the exhibition and the production explored recurring themes within Picassos work and the children engaged in a range of activities to support their learning.
Class 4's Trip to The Birmingham Botanical Gardens
As part of their topic exploring African Rainforests, Class 4 visited The Birmingham Botanical Gardens. They developed their understanding of the Scientific and Geographical aspects of the rainforests with an interactive workshop that included meeting live animals and using a blow pipe! They were able to “visit” different climatic zones as they explored the different greenhouses, investigating the plants that grow in diverse conditions around the Earth.
Visit to National Space Centre for Class 2
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!
Visit to RAF Cosford Museum for Class 3
This was a very popular trip with all the children and complimented a 'World War 2' theme that ran throughout the Autumn Term. As well as seeing a wide array of fighter planes up close they were able to find out what it would be like to be an evacuee in World War 2!
Visit to The Living Rainforest for Class 4
This was a very popular trip with all the children and complimented a 'Science and Geography' theme that ran throughout the Autumn Term. As well as seeing a wide array of trees and plants the children were able to learn more about endangered animals in their natural habitat.