Across the Federation

As a Federation, we consider that educational visits are a valuable tool in enhancing learning throughout the curriculum.

Children in Reception to Year 2 children participate in a number of days trips including Corfe Castle, Lorton Meadows, Monkey World,  Pirates Cove and Sandsfoot Castle.

Children in the Junior School participate in day trips to Maiden Castle, The Nothe Fort, Lorton Meadows, WOEC and sailing.   In addition to there are also three residential visits – In Year 3 the children have an overnight camping adventure in Wareham Forest at Carey Camp.  In Year 4, pupils embark on a two night residential visit at Leeson House in Langton Matravers and in Year 6, the children take part in a week of outdoor activities at PGL Little Canada on the Isle of Wight.


Full risk assessments are conducted for all educational visits and off-site activities

The school subsidises the cost of trips and visits as much as possible, however it is usually necessary to ask parents/carers to make a voluntary contribution.  It would not be possible to organise such experiences without contributions from parents and we are very grateful for any received.

Parents/Carers must give separate written permission for their child to participate in visits requiring transportation by completing the slip provided in the letter advising the trip is taking place.  Visits in the local area are covered by the permission given on the admission form.

Without consent being received, the child will not be allowed to take part in the visit.


When appropriate, we welcome parental help in school and on educational visits.  Your childs class teacher will advise you as and when additional helpers are needed.

Lorton Meadows

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Fabulous Firefighters

  Before the Easter holiday we were lucky to have a visit from the local firefighters. They told us how to stay safe and what to do if there was a fire. We got to use the big hose to squirt water. It was great fun.

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Random Acts of Kindness – Year 4

Year 4 had a lot of fun on Friday baking gingerbread. We calculated amounts, found the area of our biscuits and they tasted pretty good too! The children have been completing an acts of kindness advent calendar this month and as one of their acts of kindness the children baked extra biscuits which we delivered ...

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Abbotsbury Farm

  We don’t mind a little rain. It didn’t dampen our spirits. We had a lovely time at Abbotsbury Farm. We had lots of fun in the indoor play area and as the rain drizzled away we ventured outside to drive the tractors, feed the lambs, say ‘Hello’ to the horse and some of us ...

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Carey Camp 2016

Excitedly we woke up and sprang out of bed!  This was it!  The day we went to Carey Camp!  The curtains were flung aside and we peaked out into the morning light.  The sun was shining this was going to be amazing.   The children arrived at school, bouncing onto the playground full of the ...

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Year 4 Trip to Leeson House

Year 4 had a amazing time at Leeson House! We made sand sculptures of Old Harry Rocks on Studland beech and ate our lunch in a bomb crater in the sand dunes. In one day we experienced sunshine, snow, rain, wind and hail as we walked 3 miles along the stunning Dorset path. The children enjoyed ...

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Class 5 at Lorton Meadows

On Tuesday 26th April we went on our school trip to Lorton Meadows. We had a wonderful time looking and catching different minibeasts and making our very own caterpillars! We then came back to school and did some fantastic writing about our trip.

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The Lion King!

  Report by Cole, Tianie, Jamie and Ellie. 5L   On Wednesday 9th March 54 children from choir went to London to see The Lion King at The Lyceum Theatre. The coach arrived at school at 9am so we got on and started the big day.   When we arrived in London on the way ...

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A Wander Around Wyke

Reception Classes were out and about around Wyke last Thursday [3rd March] spotting landmarks and posting very special cards for Mother’s Day. It was quite a long way to walk but everybody did a fantastic job. Even Mr. Kirwin enjoyed himself!!

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