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Visits and Visitors

 

At Holy Trinity C of E Primary School we want to inspire and engage our children through an enriched curriculum. Teachers plan for opportunities throughout the year to provide first-hand experiences and allow children to have a ‘hands-on’ experience.

 

All classes take part in off-site visits linked to their learning, from local village studies to coach trips further afield. All visits are risk assessed and the pupil to adult supervision ratio is always in line with Surrey recommendation. Some of the recent visits have been:

 

EYFS: RHS Wisley Gardens and Windsor Castle

Year 1: Marwell Zoo and Milestones Museum

Year 2: Shoreham RNLI Station

Year 3: Camberley Library and Roald Dahl Museum

Year 4: Butser Ancient Farm and Science Museum

Year 5: Hampton Court Palace and Woking Palace

Year 6: Brentmoor Heath and Shropshire Museums

 

Years 5 and 6 pupils are also offered the opportunity for extended visits. Year 5 camp overnight on the school field and Year 6 stay in a Youth Hostel in Shropshire for 3 nights. Such experiences offer a diverse range of activities and the opportunity for the class to work together as a team.

 

Visitors to school also play a big part in bringing learning alive such as: local museums with artefacts, theatre groups, an astronomy dome, local vicar, police and other emergency services. The school also benefits from a variety of visiting musicians throughout the year.

 

EYFS: Emergency Services

Year 1: Toys from the past

Year 2: Birdworld and Surrey Wildlife Trust

Year 3: Chertsey Museum with Greek artefacts

Year 4: African Drumming workshop

Year 5: Evacuee Day

Year 6: Small Business Project

 

People are our greatest resource and we welcome the assistance and expertise from parents, grandparents and other adults.  Hearing children read, working with small groups, accompanying visits or working in our resource areas are examples of the help we are very grateful to receive. Local secondary schools also regularly support our curriculum particularly in provision for the gifted and talented.

 

 

 

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