During your daughter’s academic journey through the school she will experience a variety of different trips.  These build upon topics learnt in the classroom and are selected carefully so that they are educational, fun and ‘hands on’.

During the last academic year early Years have made big ears to go on a listening walk around the local area to identify the different sounds you can hear in the environment. They searched for dragons at Windsor Castle to extend their learning about Fairy Tales and the Queen was there!

Key Stage One went on a mathematical adventure to Kew Gardens to find numbers and patterns in nature. It was a fabulous day! They have visited the Natural History Museum, identified dinosaurs and finding famous fossils.

Year Three have visited The Science Museum to find out about digestion, partaking in a workshop and exploring ‘Launch Pad’.  The girls have been to The British Museum to find out more about an archaeologists job, handling and sorting artefacts.

Year Four have visited Hogsmill Water Works to find out more about what happens to our water. This supported their geography topic.

During the summer term the girls in Key Stage Two participate in a resident trip. Year Three visit Mill on the Brue in Somerset, for a four night and three day residential where they participate in a variety of adventurous activities including going on a zip wire, canoeing, night walking, grass sledging to name but a few.

Year Four, Five and Six spend five days and four nights on residential, they have visited France, the Oxfordshire countryside camping and an activity centre in Kent.

Private Tours Available

Nursery Open Morning – Monday 14th December, 9:30am – 12:30pm

For further information, visit our Open Days page.

Come and See Us

We are offering private tours for those who are looking for an occasional place this academic year or entry in September 2021. To arrange your tour and to meet with our Headmistress, Mrs Sara Williams-Ryan, please email or call 020 8992 5189.

Rated ‘Excellent’ by ISI in March 2020

“Pupils display exceptional attitudes towards learning”

“Pupils are highly proficient communicators for their age”

Click here to read the full ISI report