Trips and Enrichments

Trips and Enrichments
To enrich our curriculum offer and to inspire the pupils with their learning, we provide the pupils with a range of curriculum enrichments. This may include in school enrichments, parental engagement opportunities, local visits, further afield visits and even residentials. We are glad that we can provide pupils with more opportunities now that the Covid restrictions have eased.
You will find a comprehensive list of our enrichments and visits on our long term curriculum overview. However, here is a flavour of some of the enrichments this year.
Whole School: World Book Day, Anti-bullying week, Online Safety Day, Indian Dance Workshops and Performance, Royal Visit to Launceston with some pupils taking part in a dance performance, Reading drop in parents, parent consultations, end of learning connection block sharing, Wild Tribe, Phonics workshop for parents and Woodland Centre visit.
Year F: Visit from the Fire Brigade, visit to the Castle and Beach trip.
Year 1: Eden Project and Beach trip
Year 2: Swimming, Poetry workshop at the Castle, Eden Project and Beach trip
Year 3: Hidden Valley Discovery Centre, Art project at local studio and Beach trip
Year 4: Bangladesh Music Project, Paignton Zoo and Beach trip
Year 5: St Piran's Day Parade, Carnyorth Residential and Beach trip
Year 6: London Residential, Trethorne and Beach trip.
'Leaders have meticulously crafted a curriculum beyond the academic. This means pupils enjoy a range of experiences that they may not otherwise have. For example, older pupils visit London to gain an experience of Modern Britain that is different to their locality. They develop their understanding of democracy with a visit to the Houses of Parliament.'
'Leaders promote the arts. For example, older pupils speak enthusiastically about their participation in the Christmas production held at the town hall.'
'Visitors such as the police and local firefighters promote the importance of keeping safe.'
(Ofsted, December 2022)