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Wider Curriculum - visitors and visits

Throughout the school year educational visits are planned to support and enrich the curriculum. These provide children with stimulating and exciting opportunities to broaden their knowledge and understanding; adding a whole new dimension to their learning.

Recent trips have included Tamworth Castle, Black Country Museum, New Walk Museum and De Montfort Hall.
Children in Key Stage 2 have the opportunity to participate in two residential visits. Here the children are able to enjoy ICT and outdoor adventurous activities.
A risk assessment is prepared for all visits and the school only uses reputable coaches with seat belts.
We believe that visits and visitors help bring children’s learning to life. However, in order to make such opportunities available to the children parents are asked to make voluntary contributions towards these. At all times the school endeavours to keep costs to a minimum, ensuring that the trip or school based activity offers value for money. Regrettably, if insufficient financial support is received visits may have to be cancelled.


If you look in our Class Pages you will see photos and reports from these trips.