Educational Visits

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Educational visits form an important part of the education we provide, as we believe that children learn best when engaged in first hand activities.  At Caedmon, children take part in a variety of visits – sports, the arts, places of historical interest, places of worship, outdoor learning e.g. the beach and woodland.  We also take our older children on residential stays which area active, fun and focus on life skills and team-building.  

The school will subsidise educational visits and every effort will be made to keep costs to a minimum. However, some visits are unable to take place without contributions from parents. All contributions are voluntary and parents will be informed by letter about the cost of the trip. Please note, some educational visits will only take place if sufficient voluntary contributions are received.

All educational visits comply with relevant guidelines and legislation.  You can read our Educational Visits Policy here.

For more information, please speak to our School office staff on (01642) 453187.

Click here to view our Educational Visits Overview for 2023- 2024.

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If you have any questions about the use of your personal information, the Information Commissioner is the independent regulator for both Data Protection and Freedom of Information.