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  1. Our Curriculum
  2. Adding Breadth to our Curriculum
  3. School Trips and Residentials

School Trips and Residentials

We believe that offering residential school trips is important for personal development.  We are excited to offer a range of residential trips to our pupils in KS2 (Year 3-6).
This year (22-23) the following trips are offered:
Autumn Term
Year 4 visit Youlbury Scout Camp for two nights - here children are challenged with a range of activities including high ropes, climbing, zip wire and other exciting activities.
Year 5 visit Alton Castle for two nights - here children are again challenged with activities such as mountain biking, low ropes, hiking as well as reflection (linked to our school ethos) and team building experiences.
Spring Term
Year 3 Camp in the school field for one night, with visiting company who provide both the camping equipment as well as exciting activities for children to take part in on the school site.
Summer Term
Year 6 visit to Stone Farm in Devon for 4 nights.  This is a working farm with a range of animals for the children to help look after and pet.  During the day are a range of exciting activities and in the morning and evening the children take part in activities including looking after the animals.
Information about these visits is sent out well in advance.  Class teachers organise information evenings for residential trips which families are encouraged to attend.
High Quality Trips and Visits
We also go on a range of trips and visits to support our curriculum and bring it alive.  Oxford and the surrounding area have a host of exciting opportunities to really bring learning to life. 
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