Travel & Trips
Every year our Sixth Form students get multiple opportunities to go global, to learn outside of the classroom and enhance their understanding of chosen subjects and the world.
Language students have the opportunity to go and practise their language skills in France, Germany and Spain. Students studying any of the art subjects frequently visit museums, galleries and theatres internationally and locally, from Greece to Brighton, London to Southampton!
Biologists and anyone who was interested have joined Operation Wallacea for two weeks of scientific research in various locations including Indonesia, Mexico, Honduras, Madagascar and the Galapagos. Biology and Geography students will have residential days of fieldwork in the Lower Sixth. Students choosing to take part in the Duke of Edinburgh award will have opportunities for expeditions throughout the year. As part of the Charities commission, Sixth Form students can also participate in UK residential trips in collaboration with ‘NoLimits’ for young carers.
There is a comprehensive Sports Tour programme. Tours have included hockey in Holland, netball in the Caribbean, hockey in South Africa, rugby in the USA and Canada, and cricket in India, Sri Lanka and Spain. There is also a regular Ski and Snowboarding trip which is always a popular choice!