School Trips & Visits
Pupils at King’s House enjoy a huge variety of school trips in and around London, throughout the UK and abroad. These trips support class work, fuel cross-curricular learning and broaden educational understanding.
Pupils take advantage of our proximity to London, with trips to museums, galleries and theatres. We also organise regular visits to nearby Richmond Park and Kew Gardens. These trips support help to foster a sense of community in the local area. Pupils build confidence and independence whilst growing friendships. Reception take weekly visits to Forest School in Ham Woods, and have the chance to explore nature and their surroundings.
We place great importance on this aspect of school life and encourage all pupils to take part in activities that enhance their education. Recent day trips have included:
- Neasden Temple
- Morden Mosque
- The British Museum
- Hampton Court Palace
- The Tower of London
- London Aquarium
In the Summer Term pupils in Year 3 to 8 have the opportunity to go on residential trips, staying at activity centres or carrying out curriculum-based activities across the UK. In additional to this, residential tours abroad for older pupils include sports tours, ski trips, music tours and the French trip to Normandy.