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Our academic session content is linked to our weekly excursion venues.  Additionally, most weekday afternoons and evenings some of our students will go to fun local venues.

We have 3 main types of off-site excursions that students can enjoy:

  • Full-day excursions happen twice a week and all students attend these.  Some are educational, and include trips to museums, zoos, stately homes or historic castles.  Others are for sight-seeing, and typically include trips to local tourist attractions, theme parks and shopping centres.
  • Local excursions are part of the Afternoon Activity Sessions and involve trips to fun local venues such as cinemas, ice rinks, go-karting, bowling alleys and crazy golf.  These are attended by smaller groups and students can sign-up for these a few days in advance. 
  • Middle weekend excursions are only for students staying longer than 3 weeks and is an overnight trip to a local adventure sports site.  This takes place while students from the July programme travel home and students from the August programme arrive.

Examples of excursions include:

Full-day Excursions Local Excursions
  • The Natural History Museum
  • Hyde Park
  • London Eye
  • Tate Modern
  • The Tower of London
  • Hampton Court Palace
  • Victoria and Albert Museum
  • Cambridge
  • Windsor Castle
  • London Zoo
  • Wimbledon
  • London Bus Tours
  • Kew Garden
  • West End Theatre Shows
  • Thorpe Park Theme Park
  • Colchester Zoo
  • Dover Castle
  • Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre
  • Buckingham Palace
  • Ely Cathedral
  • Silverstone F1 Circuit
  • River Cruises
  • The National Gallery
  • Warner Bros. Studio Tour: The Making of Harry Potter
  • Bowling
  • Cinema
  • Crazy golf
  • Go-karting
  • Ice-skating
  • Laser Kombat

During off-site excursions, older students (14+ years) have more freedom to explore, with pre-arranged check-in points, while younger students are continually supervised by our staff.

Theme Park

Silverstone F1 Circuit

St Albans Cathedral

London Zoo