The curriculum is enriched by a programme of educational visits, both day and residential.

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School Trips

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School trips and journeys are an important part of school life and there is a range of fun and educational outings for all age groups from Reception upwards.

Boys in Year 5 and above enjoy an annual residential trip. In recent years, Year 5 have been to Swanage in Dorset, Year 6 to Newquay and Year 8 on an outdoor pursuit week where their leadership skills are put to the test in a multi-activity, self-catering week under canvas. There are also trips to France and Spain for Year 7 boys as part of their Modern Foreiqn Language teaching. Year 8 boys have visited the World War I battlefields near Ypres.

Other trips in recent years have included ski trips, choir tours, overseas cricket tours to Grenada and Sri Lanka and a rugby tour to Northern Ireland.

In addition, the boys go on a range of day trips throughout the year, for example:

Reception - Mead Open Farm, theatre trip
Year 1 - Windsor Castle, Kew Gardens, theatre trip
Year 2 - RAF Hendon, Kew Gardens, theatre trip
Year 3 - Pitt Rivers Museums in Oxford, Bracknell Discovery Centre, Ashridge estate
Year 4 - Shortenills Environmental Centre, a local farm, Chesham Mosque, Hazard Alley
Year 5 - Neasden Temple
Year 6 - St Albans