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Educational Visits

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Educational Visits

Educational visits are a thriving part of life at St Crispin’s. We firmly believe that carefully selected visits, that are sequenced to support learning in the classroom, are a wonderful way to bring the curriculum to life.

Termly, we have an ‘enrichment day’ where all students are either on an educational visit or are off timetable taking part enrichment activities.

Throughout Key Stage 3, students visit Slough Mosque, Guildford Cathedral, Cheddar Gorge, Warwick Castle, Black Country Living Museum, Lulworth Cove, The Natural History Museum, Science Museum, Bovington Tank Museum & Whipsnade Zoo.

At Key stage 4 & 5, students have the opportunity to attend educational visits that support their GCSE option choices. Examples include: History trip to Berlin, Geography trips to Spain, The New Forest and Windsor, English theatre trips to the Globe Theatre, Photography trip to Kew Gardens, Language trips to France and Spain, German Exchange Programme, Art and Textiles visits to Tate London and the V&A.

Moreover, students have opportunities to extend their extra-curricular interests. Opportunities to do so include: Sports Leadership visits to Reading FC, Sports tour to St Georges Park, Ski Trip to Italy, Robotics club competitions at the NEC and a visit to Iceland with a geographical focus.

As part of our ‘Excellence for All’ ethos in practice, funding for students in recipient of Pupil Premium is available for educational visits to ensure every student has the same opportunities.