Lympstone C of E Primary School

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Trips and activities

We are passionate about providing children with opportunities to enhance their learning in the classroom.  Each year children have fantastic trips and visitors to linked to their topics to support their learning.

 

Autumn term Spring term Summer term

Oak Class

Garden tea party / Donkey Sanctuary Living Coasts /  Visit from emergency services

Willow Class

River Exe / Fire service visit Living Coasts / Visit from a nurse

Sycamore Class

French visitor / Fire service visit Dartmoor Birds of Prey visit

 Dartmoor

Chesnut Class

Farmwise 

 Dartmoor

 Maple Class

Farmwise / Viking day Bristol Art Gallery

 Exeter Roman wall

 Beech Class

Heatree Residential / Chinese restaurant Bristol Art Gallery

 Exeter Roman wall

 

Residential opportunities

Wildwood

Children in Year 2 get the opportunity to spend a night under the stars at Wildwood, where they spend the night in the wilderness, learning about survival, making shelters and cooking in the wild.

 

River Dart

In year 4 children have the opportunity to go on an overnight camp at The River Dart Country Park.  They get involved in Orienteering, Stargazing, Nature hunts, erecting their own tents and cooking dinner.  It's a lovely environment for children to work as a team on a wide range of outdoor activities that build long lasting memories.

Heatree

Year 6 start their final year at primary school with their residential to Heatree House.  They get to develop their friendship bonds, work to together as a team and challenge themselves personally with a wide range of adventurous activities. 

Surfing

Year 6 end their year on a high with an overnight camping trip and surfing lessons in the beautiful setting of Bigbury.  This trip is a real celebration of their successes at primary school. 

Our Ofsted 2018 inspection report highlighted that:

"learning in the classroom is further enhanced through extra-curricular visits.  These enrichment activities support pupil's personal development well."