There are many opportunities to go on a variety of trips. These range from a Geography visit to the Sussex coast, to visiting China. Many pupils really enjoy going away with their friends. A number of the trips take place during Activities Week, which occurs in July. In addition to trips, we also run the Duke of Edinburgh Award. We offer a wide variety of local, national and international trips.
Year 7 have the opportunity to visit the Rhineland in Germany during Activities Week.
Year 8 have the opportunity to visit Normandy in the summer term. Highlights of the trip include visiting the beaches of the D-Day landings and seeing the beautifully maintained Ranville cemetery, where many who died at the start of the D-Day landing campaign are remembered. There are also opportunities to buy lunch at a French market and even milk a goat!
Year 9 have the opportunity to visit the Isle of Wight for Activities Week. They stay at the Little Canada PGL Adventure Centre and every year have a fantastic time.
Year 10 History pupils have the opportunity to tour the Battlefields of northern France and Belgium in a thought-provoking trip.
There are numerous opportunities for Sixth Form students to travel. These include a French exchange, Uganda, Romania, China and the USA. Some of the trips run every two years. Sixth Form students who require financial assistance can apply for an Ashcombe bursary, which can cover a percentage of the trip cost.