When we take students on an off site trip, we are very mindful of the safety of all of our students. From the planning stage to the actual trip we have many procedures put in place to ensure the best and safest experience for students and staff.
Learning outside of the classroom is a vital part of a student’s school experience and statistically these activities are still very safe. There is currently no Government advice against taking school trips.
When we go on any trip we consult National Guidance to ensure we reduce our vulnerability whilst still carrying on as normally as possible.
You can see a full list of the advice we look at when planning a trip by clicking here
You can also see National Guidance by visiting this website. http://oeapng.info
If you have any further questions about your child’s trip, please either contact the assigned trip leader or Mrs Sarah Lane, Assistant Principal and Educational Visits Coordinator.
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