Visits and Activities

Rather than asking parents for a series of small sums, Burford School has a fund to cover the costs of the various whole school, in-house activities that occur throughout the year, for example: Maths Day, French Day, Literacy Week, Science Day.  Therefore, we request, in September, a voluntary contribution per child, to cover these costs.  

Please note that if we do not receive a sufficient sum in voluntary contributions these visits will have to be cancelled since we could not cover the cost from the school funds.  In this instance, parents who had paid will be refunded.

In addition to in-house activities, there will be a number of trips throughout the year to enrich learning. Below is a list of trips with costings for each year group for last academic year.  This academic year proposed trips/costings will be added as soon as they have been confirmed.

Reception:
Woolley Firs – Summer Term
China Workshop – Spring Term
Approximate Total Cost – £20

Year 1:
Hughenden Manor – Autumn Term
Synagogue Trip – Spring Term
Legoland and/or Science Museum – Summer Term
Approximate Total Cost – £40 

Year 2:
Florence Nightingale Day – 24 November 2016 – Approximately £9
River and Rowing Museum – Summer Term – Approximately £15

Year 3:
Roman Verulamium – Spring Term – Approximately £15
Natural History Museum – Summer Term – Approximately £15
Year 3 children will also be swimming, as required by the National Curriculum.   The approximate cost will be £60 per child for the term. 

Year 4:
Residential Visit to Ufton Court – November 2016 – TBC
Living Rainforest – April – Approximately £15
Neasden Mandir – Summer Term – Approximately £8 
Classical Spectacular – March – Approximately £15

Year 5:
Egyptian Day – November – Approximately £6.50
Woodrow House Residential – March – TBC

Year 6:
Longridge – October 2016 – £15
Winchester Science Museum – January 2017 – £18.25
British Museum – March 2017 – £8
Kew Gardens – May 2017 – £12
PGL Barton Hall – June 2017 – Approximately £500

Bucks Education Activity Insurance 2016-17