We believe in a creative philosophy of teaching through child collaboration. Practical exploration of curriculum objectives, approaching curriculums through cross curricular methods and creating learning environments either in the classroom; or outside, that the children can engage with and learn from. We believe that every young person should experience the world beyond the classroom as an essential part of learning and personal development. It is a powerful tool that is proven to raise attainment, bolster social, emotional and personal development and contributes to the health and well being of children and young people.

The ‘places’ where learning happens can have a significant effect on how a young person engages with a subject or an idea. Learning outside the classroom can happen at almost any time and almost anywhere – outdoors or indoors: in school grounds, on the high street, in the local park, in museums and art galleries, on mountain tops and rivers, in remote places, or elsewhere in the world. As facilitators of learning our teachers seek the best, most memorable methods and places to learn whether this is in the classroom, walking through school grounds, walking through Pisa, day trips to museums or sites of relevance to what we are studying ,and, at least once a year residential trips to other countries. All trips are planned thoroughly ensuring that childrens' health, safety and security are considered and that the trip is good value economically and educationally. Parents are welcome to join us and help out on any trips.

We try to give as much notice as possible for any such trips and advise you in advance that our residential trip for the 2018/2019 academic year is planned for April 2019. Early in the academic year we will present a proposal to parents for a residential trip.to England where students and parents will be able to visit sites relating to English Literature, interactive science museums, sites of historical importance to the UK, European and worldwide history. We have chosen London for this upcoming residential visit due to its vast selection of child-centred experiences. Please note that residential trips such as this one are not open to students of Early Years (3-5 years old).