Trips

We offer a wide range of trips and visits to all of our students. The Ace day programme allows many students to participate in both day trips and longer residential experiences. A full Ace day option booklet for July will be published later in the year. However, information on some of the longer trips has already been issued to parents.

There are also many trips that take place as part of the curriculum, for example history students will visit a significant location as part of their programme of study.

Trips currently planned for this academic year are shown below.

Dates

Destination

Provisional cost

16th and 17th November

Skills Show, Birmingham

 

25th November

Rugby International at Twickenham (subject to successful ticket application)

£25

4th December

Year 12 Politics Conference, London

 

17th - 24th January

Year 8, 9, 10 French Exchange

£180

7th February

Year 12 Biology A Level Science Series, Birmingham

 

10th - 16th February

Year 12, 13 Politics trip to Washington

£1,460

10th - 17th February

Ski trip to Austria

£1,057

March

National Apprenticeship Show, MK Arena

 

12th - 16th March

Year 8 , Longrigg Residential Centre

 TBC

19th March - 4th April

Year 10, Indian Exchange

£1,500

11th - 15th June

Year 9, Longrigg Residential Centre

 

6th - 14th July

Year 10, Vietnam

£1,570

9th - 13th July

Year 10 Geography trip to Italy

 TBC

9th - 13th July

Year 7, 8 Science trip to Lulworth Cove, Dorset

 TBC

9th - 13th July

Year 7, 8 Longrigg Residential Centre

 TBC

10th-13th July

Year 12 History trip to Berlin

 TBC

10th - 13th July

Year 12 Art trip to Paris

 TBC

11th - 14th July

Year 9, 10 PER trip to Budapest

 TBC

11th - 13th July

Science trip to Cern, Geneva

 TBC

12th July

Year 8 French trip to St Omer

 TBC

July

Harry Potter Experience

TBC

July

School of Rock theatre trip

TBC

Please click on the link below for the School Trip Consent Form.

Educational Visits and Journeys Consent Form | PDF

Charging For School Activities

Since the enactment of the Education Reform Act 1988 the governors of Ousedale School have, following consultation, produced a full policy statement on charging regulations. This detailed document can be viewed using the link below.

Charging and Remissons Policy | PDF

While we have to operate within the regulations it is felt that activities and materials should continue to be available for our children so that they can enjoy a full range of educational opportunities. In some circumstances the school may request parents to pay an appropriate contribution on a voluntary basis. Under this arrangement no child may be excluded from an activity on the grounds that his/her parent is unwilling or unable to pay the voluntary contribution. However, parents should recognise that there will be some activities which it will be impossible to provide if sufficient numbers of voluntary contributions are not made.

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