School trips are an important part of the children's learning and help them to gain a deeper understanding of the topics which they are studying, whilst creating fantastic memories that will stay with them throughout the lives.
Classes can expect to participate in one main trip per term, but also regularly head out to explore the local area including the nearby Library, parks, shops and for walk-abouts in the community.
Recently, our pupils have investigated Glittering Anglo Saxon Gold at the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, stormed Warwick Castle, explored the underwater world at the Birmingham Sea Life Centre, learnt about the rivers and the importance of water power at Sarehole Mill and gone back in time to the Tudor Era at Selly Manor Museum.
To enhance our pupils' learning we make full use of local amenities such as Cannon Hill Park, the Birmingham Botanical Gardens and the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, and welcome visitors into the school to talk about a variety of topics, with the Pop Up Planetarium, living Nativity and Humph's Histories being particular highlights over the past few years.
Year 6 pupils also look forward to their annual adventure days in the Summer Term, when they tackle challenges together on a residential trip to a local activity centre.