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At Broughton Manor we take pride in providing an all-round education for our pupils. We give all the children in the Preparatory Department the chance to stay away from home, some for the first time, on a fun filled and exciting adventure holiday. All of our residential trips are thoroughly risk assessed and run by properly trained and experienced staff, so you can be sure that the children will enjoy every moment.

Each year children age 8 to 11 years are invited to take part in activity based holidays, run separately from the school curriculum, recently these included a ski trip to France and a PGL trip to the Isle of Wight. These trips are usually optional and are charged separately from school fees.

You can find news and application forms for all upcoming residential trips here.

Ski Trip

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At Broughton Manor we offer the children the opportunity to go on an annual ski trip during the spring term.

Spending a week in the Alps is an exhilarating experience for any child; not only do they learn how to ski but how to become independent people.

A trip like this serves so many purposes, for example, the children practise their language skills in local shops and get to sample traditional foods from the region. It is these episodes outside the normal curriculum that help children to develop into well rounded individuals.

Class: 7, 8, 9, 10, 11

Available to: Girls, Boys

Winmarleigh Hall

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Residential PGL Trip to Winmarleigh Hall.
In October, the pupils in classes 9 – 11 (Years 4 – 6) have the opportunity to join us on our residential PGL trip to Winmarleigh Hall near Preston. They take part in activities ranging from zipwire to horse riding. Providing first time experiences for many of the children, this trip allows them to develop self–confidence and independence in a safe, yet challenging environment.

Class: 9, 10, 11

Available to: Girls, Boys

Grafham Water

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Overnight Residential Trip to the Grafham Water Activity Centre.
The pupils in class 8 (Year 3) are invited to visit the Grafham Water Centre in Cambridgeshire for an overnight residential trip at the end of the spring term. The two days are packed full of exciting land and water based activities including team building, archery, climbing and evening entertainment. This trip encourages self–reliance and helps the children to form lasting bonds of friendship which will stay with them throughout their time at Broughton Manor.

Class: 8

Available to: Girls, Boys

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