As children enter the prep school there are numerous opportunities to enhance the curriculum through days out of the classroom. Such days have recently included:

• Themed days for Divisions III and IV at Norwich Castle Museum, meeting Romans & Egyptians
• The Anglo-Saxon Village at West Stow
• Places of religious significance, such as Walsingham, a mosque in Peterborough, the cathedrals of Peterborough, Norwich and Ely, the reform synagogue in Norwich and the Hindu temple in Neasden
• Art at The Sainsbury Collection and the Fitzwilliam Museum, London
• Exhibitions at the British Library and the British Museum, London
• Stately homes such as Burleigh, Oxburgh
• The National Space Centre, Green Britain and The John Innes Plant Centre
• Geography field trips along rivers and the coast
• The theatre for plays, shows and live screenings of major works.

From Division IV upwards, children experience residential trips with annual visits for 9-10-year-olds to York and Hadrian’s Wall and to Paris for our senior pupils.

Other longer trips have taken us to Scotland, the Lake District and Normandy, as well as on sports tours.