High levels of mutual respect and excellent standards of behaviour characterise the teaching and pupils speak highly of the help which they are given by their teachers.

Independent Schools Inspectorate

Trips

High levels of mutual respect and excellent standards of behaviour characterise the teaching and pupils speak highly of the help which they are given by their teachers.

Independent Schools Inspectorate

Even from the earliest age Abercorn encourages trips outside of the school regularly throughout the school year.

These trips are be designed to hone life skills, such as how to travel safely as a group when outside of the school buildings, and to reinforce areas of learning, skill and exploration. The added enthusiasm that a visit to a relevant place can bring to a topic is immeasurable as well as building new memories, friendships and experiences that will stay with our children beyond their school days.

Examples of how trips are used to reinforce learning in the Early Years include trips to the Tate Modern, to explore further the topic of Authors and Artists, visits to Paddington Station and The London Transport Museum as part of the discovery of London topic. Trips to the Forest School also promote knowledge and awareness of the outdoor curriculum and our ecology. A theatre trip to see ‘The Tiger Who Came to Tea’ is an experience of a lifetime for our Reception pupils!

High levels of mutual respect and excellent standards of behaviour characterise the teaching and pupils speak highly of the help which they are given by their teachers.

Independent Schools Inspectorate
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