Trips at King’s Hawford
School trips and educational visits enable our pupils to extend their horizons and apply their learning in a totally different environment. Learning outside of the classroom in this way strengthens our academic provision and also gives our pupils a new sense of belonging as they enjoy memorable experiences with other pupils and staff.
Our trips and outings start in our Early Years, with visits to farms to help look after the livestock, the Sealife Centre, the Safari Park, Churchfields, and local shops, as well as care homes. As the children move though the school their trips to local areas of interest tie in with the curriculum, and topical themes will inform their visits to places such as Warwick Castle. Conquers, Cadbury World, the Think Tank, the Black Country Museum, The Imperial War Museum, local theatres, churches, mosques and temples, and art galleries.
Our programme of trips also includes residential camps to Malvern, Wales and Derbyshire, as well as a biannual ski week in the Alps and a sports tour to Cardiff.