We offer frequent opportunities for organised educational and cultural visits and trips for all pupils. Our proximity to London’s museums, galleries and visitor attractions is a real advantage and our pupils regularly make the most of what the capital has to offer.
Each class will participate in at least one day trip per term, which increases as the pupils mature and progress through the Junior School. Trips vary each year to match the curriculum, as well as the interests and needs of the pupils, and range from locations as far afield as France to the Horniman Museum just around the corner.
We take advantage of a number of superb GDST outings each year. These events allow Junior School pupils to visit other schools around the country. Regular events include the annual Maths Conference hosted by Oxford High School GDST at Oxford University and Digital Leaders’ Forum hosted by South Hampstead High School GDST.
Our exciting residential trips programme commences in year 4 when pupils visit Stubbers Outdoor Education Centre for two nights. This increases to four-night trips to the Jurassic Coast (year 5) and Northern France (year 6). A ski and outdoor education trip is also available to year 5 and 6.
Our outdoor classroom also enhances and enriches the educational experience for all pupils in the Junior School and adds an additional layer of excitement and opportunity to their learning.