We run six Extended Learning Days throughout the year to add to the excitement of learning and stimulate deep learning provided through extended projects. These dovetail with our curriculum to ensure coherent and powerful learning experiences. Furthermore, an extended learning week in June sees students in all year groups partake in a wide range of activities, many of which involve trips within the region and internationally.
There is an extensive range of trips to all parts of the globe. A team building trip to the Peak District is run in the third week of
term for all new year 7 students; in year 8 the students spend a week in northern France; year 9 includes a week long visit to the Rhineland and there are many subject specific field trips for examinations students at KS4 and A-level.
An exchange programme has been fully developed, with opportunities to host students and pay a return visit to France, Germany and a newly established programme with a school in Seville, Spain.
As part of our Arts Status we run many international visits and music tours. Sixth Formers have the opportunity of a once in a lifetime trip to an exotic destination such as Borneo, China, Central America, Bakino Faso and Ecuador.
A ski trip runs annually and other international activities such as scuba diving in Egypt and sports tours to Maltahave run in recent years.
This adds up to a fully comprehensive offering for all students.
A list of residential trips for the 2016-2017 academic year is available below: