The Junior School has an exciting and varied programme of trips and educational visits. We strongly believe that this programme of trips enriches the education of our boys and we are committed to providing them with the very best opportunities to put learning in context to enhance their understanding of the world in which they live.
Each year group will take part in at least one trip per term and these are all included in the cost of the annual fees. The trips vary slightly year on year, but recently boys have visited Hampton Court, The Cutty Sark and Maritime Museum, the Imperial War Museum, the Brixton and Norwood Foodbank, the Tate Modern, and Southwark Cathedral, to name but a few.
In addition, all boys will take part in a residential trip at some point during the summer term. Year 3 visit the Swattenden Centre in Kent for a two day residential; Year 4 and 5 head to the Brecon Beacons where they stay at the College’s Outdoor Centre for three and four nights respectively; and Year 6 visit PGL in Dorset for a four night stay. There is also an annual Junior School Ski trip during the first week of the Easter holiday.