Year 4 Residential Trip to Stubbington Study Centre
Stubbington Study Centre is an excellent facility which provides children with an opportunity to study their local environment, experience team building activities (like assault course and den building), visit the seashore and, if we are lucky enough, to see wildlife such as badgers, foxes, owls and mice in the wild. The trip runs from Monday - Friday. The children will stay at the centre for four nights and be collected at lunchtime on the Friday, by their parents.
Stubbington Study Centre hold a number of Open Days throughout the year to allow pupils & parents to visit the centre before the trip. Click on the link below to visit the Stubbington Study Centre website for more information about the activities your child will enjoy on the trip.
Year 6 Residential Trip to Nethercott Farm
‘Farms for City Children’ is charity that offers children from all over the country a unique opportunity to live and work together for a week on a real farm in the heart of the countryside.
Children’s author Michael Morpurgo and his wife Clare, founded 'Farms for City Children' at Nethercott House in Devon in 1976.
Nethercott House is a huge Victorian manor house, near the village of Iddesleigh. The farm surrounding Nethercott House has a herd of organic milking Friesians, sheep, a beef herd, donkeys and a wide range of poultry. The children will become farmers for the week, helping to look after the animals, as well as helping to grow the vegetables they eat with their meals.
Click the link below to find out more about 'Farms for City Children' and Nethercott House: