Students enjoy a rich and varied range of travel opportunities

 

Trips and visits

Broadening Horizons

Students enjoy a rich and varied range of travel opportunities, which both extend their learning, through the exploration of new ideas and cultures, and stretch their personal boundaries though outdoor challenge and adventure.

Year 7 begin their time at the School with a PGL activity camp. The Modern Foreign Languages Department run an annual exchange with students in Germany and lead trips to France (Year 7) and the Rhineland (Year 9). Year 9 students are also given the opportunity to participate in an annual outward bound trip to Club Corezze, in the south of France. Year 12 Geography and Biology students enjoy an annual residential visit to Skern Lodge Field Study Centre in in North Devon. The School organises an annual ski trip for all year groups: in 2012 the ski trip went to Utah in the USA; in 2013 to Nassfeld in Austria and the 2014 trip is to the Californian resort of Squaw. The PE department undertook a cricket tour to Barbados in the summer of 2011, a rugby tour to South Africa in 2013 and are planning both a cricket and rugby tour for 2014/15. In addition, there are numerous day trips to the theatre, to revision and examination conferences, to universities, including Oxford and many students also participate in the Duke of Edinburgh Award scheme.

the crypt school trips 2014-2015

 

 
 

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