Read the latest reports and view photos from the children’s school trips below.
On Wednesday 13th June, class 6 spent the day at Woburn Safari Park. The children enjoyed the road safari, in particular when the monkeys wouldn’t get off the roof of the coach and the giraffes refused to move off the road! They had lunch surrounded by excited chickens and spent the afternoon exploring the different animal enclosures. The highlight of the trip was stroking an African elephant and watching the naughty monkeys being fed. The children all learnt a lot and that had a brilliant day. Read more »
On Tuesday 12th June, the pupils in classes 8 & 9 spent the day at Legoland in Windsor. The children had a fantastic day; they went on the rides which included gaining their LEGO driving licence, laser shooting in the Kingdom of the Pharaohs and the Scarab Bouncer. They watched the Pirate Stunt Show, which required a balance between eating lunch and cheering on the good pirates in order for them to defeat the bad pirates! This truly was a brilliant day, enjoyed by everyone without exception!
On Thursday 10th May, the pupils in classes 10 and 11 (Years 5 and 6) visited Loughborough University for the U17 European Football Championships.
On Tuesday 8th May, the children in class 8 (Year 30 visited the Recycling Centre in support of their science topic, materials, and their farm topic, recycling.
Prior to the ISFA Finals on Tuesday 24th April, our team of U11 boys enjoyed a tour of St George’s Park.
This £105m facility, set in 330-acres of Staffordshire countryside, is the home to England’s 28 national teams. With 13 outdoor pitches, including a replica of the Wembley surface, a full-size indoor 3G pitch, a suite of rehabilitation and sports science areas, and an indoor futsal sports hall, St. George’s Park provides world-class facilities for all England teams ahead of international fixtures. Read more »
The children in class 8 (Year 3) have headed to Grafham Water for their first residential trip.
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On Wednesday 21st March 2018, the children in class 5 spent the day at Howe Park Woods, in support of their current topic, Seasons. They looked for signs of spring; they saw flower buds coming through and leaves starting to grow. They also came across very sticky mud and the children pretended they were going on a bear hunt and found ‘thick oozy mud’. Read more »
On Saturday 24th March 2018, children from Broughton Manor and their parents attended the matinee performance of ‘The Pirates of Penzance’ at the Royal Theatre in Northampton, starring our Deputy Head, Mrs Rachel Smith. It was a great afternoon, and everyone enjoyed themselves enormously. For some of our younger children, it was their first taste of a classical musical production which was set in a nursery playroom; it was fun, modern and highly entertaining. Many thanks to all
the parents for bringing their children along for this memorable experience! Read more »
On Thursday 15th March, the children in class 6 (Year 1) visited Milton Keynes Museum yesterday, in support of their current class topic, Sound and Communication..
The children spent the morning calling each other on old fashioned telephones, pretending to be Victorian school children, listening to old fashioned musical instruments and learning
about the history of communication.
They had many interesting questions to ask the volunteer staff at the museum and everyone thoroughly enjoyed the hands on activities.
After a picnic lunch, the children looked around the old shops and discovered how people got around before the car was invented.