High March School : Beaconsfield : Bucks
High March School : Beaconsfield : Bucks
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Educational Visits

At High March Educational visits are considered to be a very important part of school life.

During the Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 the Junior House staff organise a range of visits closely linked to the curriculum. Visits for 2017-2018 include:

Trip to Windsor Castle
Year Educational Visits Curriculum Area
Nursery Whipsnade Zoo - Summer term Understanding of
the World
Reception Windsor Castle - Autumn term
Roald Dahl Museum - Spring term
Cotswold Wildlife Park - Summer term
Understanding of
the World
Year 1

Chiltern Open Air Museum - Spring term
Beaconsfield Library - Summer term
Kew Gardens - Summer term
Beaconsfield Library - Summer term
Local church - Summer term


Year 2

Tate Britain

Mop End Centre - Spring term
RHS Wisley - Summer term



At Upper School, Years 3 to 6 experience an Educational Visits Day each term.

Visits are organised in Year Groups and link to different areas of the curriculum. The following grid illustrates the visits arranged for 2017 - 2018.

  Autumn Spring Summer
Year 3 The Look Out Discovery Centre (Science) Woburn Safari Park (Geography & Science) Legoland:Computer, Design & Control (ICT & DT)
Year 4 XC Indoor Education Centre (P.E.) Mill Green Museum & Roman Baths (History) Hindu Temple, Neasden (RS/Georgraphy)
Year 5 Science Museum (Science) Stowe House (Art) Golden Hind & Globe Theatre (History & English)
Year 6 Hughenden Manor (History) Natural History Museum (Science) Harry Potter World (Art & Drama)

In addition to visits out of school, we also have visiting companies that come into school to enhance the children’s learning experience. Year 1 have a 'Toys Workshop' in the Autumn term and a 'Seaside Day' in the Spring term whilst Year 2 have a Great Fire of London day in the Autumn term and a Florence Nightingale day in the Spring term. Year 3 take part in a Greek Day in the Summer term, which involves the girls dressing in Greek costumes and having a Greek themed lunch. We also have visiting theatre groups such as Perform and The Young Shakespeare Company and visiting authors at Junior House as well as Upper School.

XC Climbing Wall

Please click links below to read some school visit reports written by the girls

Year 4 Trip to a Hindu Temple
Year 5 Trip to Hampton Court Palace
Year 6 Trip to Natural History Museum

Residential Trips

In Years 5 and 6 we offer the girls the opportunity to take part in a range of residential trips. Residential trips offer the added dimension of developing their social skills as well as having huge educational value.

In the Autumn term of Year 5 there is a weekend residential Outdoor Activities Trip to Manor Adventure in Shropshire. This involves the girls in team building activities and personal challenges which help build relationships as the girls support and encourage each other as they face their fears.

In Year 6 the girls have the opportunity to go on the annual one week Ski Trip to Austria and a 3 day visit to a Chateau in St Omer, France where they practise their French.

Please click below to read our Head Girls' report on the ski trip

Year 6 Ski Trip to Flachau

Our annual Ski trip