Trips and Visitors

It is well known that residential courses organised by schools are becoming increasingly invaluable as part of the National Curriculum. They offer new and exciting challenges, by living with their peers and working together in a team environment, they help develop independence, confidence and an ability to recognise strengths and weaknesses in a constructive way. In turn, children learn to respect each other’s ability and their own.

In line with our school's Mission Statement, "Through respect we will work together in Christ to develop the whole person." We are constantly looking for new opportunities for our children through trips and visitors.
As a result we are committed to offering the children of Year 2, Year 4 and Year 6 a residential stay away from school.
For a more detailed look at what we do and where we go, have a closer look at our class curriculum pages.

2017 - 2018 Plans:

Year 2 children will be visiting Kingswood Colomendy for an overnight stay.
(15th and 16th March 2018) inclusive.

Year 4 children will be visiting Kingswood Colomendy for a 2 night / 3 day stay.
( 11th - 13th October 2017) Inclusive.

Year 6 children  will be visiting Robinwood Wrexham  3 night / 4 day visit in June 2018

If you would like any further information about these or any of our school outings, please make an appointment to speak to Mr McNally who would be very pleased to meet with you.
Year 4 enjoy the historical delights of Chester
Year 5 study habitats at Wirral Country Park
Year 6 Visit Cadbury World
Year 3 visit a Synagogue
Year 4 visit Quarry Bank Mill
Year 5 visit The Museum of Science and Industry
Year 2 at Chester Zoo
Year 2 Colomendy
Year 4 visit World Museum Liverpool
Year 1 at The Story Barn
Year 5 enjoying poetry at the Philharmonic Hall
Year 6 visit Anderton and Weaverham in Cheshire
Year 6 visit the Crucial Crew January 2017
Year 6 at Salford Quays
Year 4 visit Chester April 2016
Year 4 at Kingswood October 2015
Year 2 CHET Residential: June 2015
Having fun at Crosby Hall!
More fun from CHET
Children attend 'Clubmoor Remembers' book launch