A residential visit is something which may be offered during your child’s time at school. These may include short stays or longer stays of up to 4/5 nights.
Visits may include trips to Lea Green, CAFT (Children’s Adventure Farm Trust), Thornbridge outdoor centre and many more.
A residential experience can be an extremely valuable learning opportunity, working on self-help skills, team building skills, developing personal skills and allowing them to build positive relationships with their peers.
All residential visits have a charge which covers the cost of accommodation, food and transport. Your child’s class teacher will send out letters in advance if there is a residential visit coming up. Then a parents meeting will be held to inform you of all the relevant information which you might need.