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Class Trips

Parent Survey 2021/22: “The genuine care for each and every child and the efforts individual staff go to, to make learning meaningful, fun and enjoyable are real strengths. My children frequently have real ‘wow’ moments at school. I am also impressed by the wider provision – trips, sports matches and visitors to school.”

Outdoor learning is an integral part of our whole school approach to education and the curriculum.  Our teachers deliver a broad and balanced education that includes offsite visits.   Our pupils have enjoyed the following trips in the past:

  • All Saints Church
  • Batford Springs
  • British Museum
  • Chiltern Open Air Museum
  • College Lake, Tring
  • Crucial Crew, St Albans
  • Dell Farm
  • Florence Nightingale Museum
  • Harpenden Public Halls Film Festival
  • Hitchin Museum
  • London Science Museum
  • London Zoo
  • London Aquarium
  • Luton Central Mosque
  • Mead Open Farm
  • Museum of London
  • Natural History Museum
  • O2 Young Voices
  • Roald Dahl Museum
  • St Albans Cathedral
  • St Albans Museum
  • Tring Museum
  • Woburn Safari Park


St Alblans Museum

We also invite visitors into the school to run workshops, perform plays or tell children about work they do (e.g.  Jump!, maths puzzle days, etc.). They provide memorable, practical experiences that would not otherwise be possible or as effective.


In Year 6, a residential trip to PGL in Lincolnshire gives pupils an opportunity to get a taste of independence from home, and learn team building skills with their friends.  They experience an exciting range of activities – abseiling, canoeing, archery, fencing and more.


Pupils behave well, both in and out of the classroom, and show courtesy and respect. OFSTED 2018