We ask for donations towards our school trips. Without these it wouldn’t be possible to take children out of school. We try to subsidise trips for all children during the year.
The following information gives an indication of the donations that we will ask for when a planned trip takes place.
Parents are welcome to bring £1 per week to put on a trip payment card. This money will be refunded if for any reason it is not used.
Gateways / Nursery
No payments Purple Pig farm visits Nursery and Gateways
Cycle A Term 1 = Pinewoods – Valley Gardens – £2
Cycle A Term 2= Pnew0ods – Valley Gardens £2
Cycle A term 3= Pinewoods – Valley Gardens £2 and Hesketh Park Farm £8.50 (subsidised amount)
Cycle B Term 1= Co – op no cost and Pinewoods – Valley Gardens – £2
Cycle B Term 2= Pinewoods – Valley Gardens – £2
Cycle B Term 3 =Tropical World £5.50 and Pinewoods – Valley Gardens – £2
Autumn Term =St Wilfrid's Church/Evangelical Church (no cost) and The Rainbow Factory £10
Spring Term =Local walk no cost and The National Railway Museum £7
Summer Term =The National Sculpture Park £6
Autumn Term =St.Wilfrid’s Church/Evangelical Church no cost and Eureka Science Museum £10
Spring Term = Knaresborough Castle £8
Summer Term =Local walk no cost and Saltburn £10
The Key Stage 1 trip to The Rainbow Factory
All the children from Years one and two visited The Rainbow Factory in Leeds and had a wonderful time learning about storytelling and how to use their imaginations to create a fictional story. They participated in several different activities that included role play, solving riddles and art work.
Take a look at some of our photos from The Rainbow Factory.
The Key Stage 1 trip to The Evangelical Church
All the children that went on the trip to The Evangelical Church had wonderful time learning about the Christian faith and its values. They all got to explore the Baptistry as well as learn some facts about the church itself. Please take a look at some of our lovely photos.
The Key Stage 1 Trip to Filey
The children love the trip to Filey every time ,no matter what the weather is like! They all get to walk the promenade, eat a delicious ice cream, have lunch on the beach, play in the sand and finally take a paddle in the sea all whilst learning about the geographical differences between a coastal town and Harrogate.
Take a look at some of the wonderful photos from the trip.