During the children’s time at Upton House they will get fantastic opportunities to involve themselves in diverse cultural and educational trips linked to the curriculum.
These experiences enrich their learning whilst increasing their exposure to life beyond school. This includes a focus on learning outside the classroom (LOtC), within the school grounds, through all areas of the curriculum
Once the children reach Prep, residential trips take place that help to encourage the children’s independence.
As the children progress through the school their residential stay increases each year culminating in a week long trip to France in Year 6.
Trips & Activities Throughout Upton House School
- Nursery & Transition
Children in Nursery and Transition participate in fun activities such as nature trails, conker walks and the Teddy Bears' Picnic. Also, the children visit the Forest School where they will build dens and experience the wonderful natural surroundings.
- Forms 1 & 2
Throughout the year, Forms 1 and 2 have excursion days at museums and galleries as well as trips to other exciting and educational locations such as Kew Gardens. At Christmas, the children visit The Theatre Royal Windsor to watch the latest fun pantomime.
- Form 3
As well as excursions days to museums and galleries, Form 3 take part in an overnight stay and team building activities. The children learn campcraft, leadership skills and risk taking. Later in the year, Form 3 spend a day kayaking and canoeing.
- Form 4
Form 4 will stay for two nights at a PGL Outdoor Activity Centre. Activities encourage self assurance, team work and trust, and take place in the incredible surroundings of the natural woodland landscape. Form 4 also visit a number of museums and galleries through the year.
- Form 5
Form 5 complete a camping residential visit within the UK for three nights. This develops risk taking, leadership skills and will offer an insight into The Duke of Edinburgh award scheme in the future. Form 5 will also participate in excursion days throughout the year.
- Form 6
Like the rest of the school, Form 6 visit a number of locations on excursion days through the year. Form 6 also travel to France for a week where they are encouraged to develop their foreign language skills and are immersed in French culture.