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Educational Visits & Visitors to the School

Educational Day Visits

The outdoor classroom can be used to bring learning alive for many children and we aim where possible to use our spacious grounds to inspire and stimulate our children. There are though further benefits and opportunities to be exploited through educational day visits.

 

First hand experience and real life situations are hugely beneficial to creating exciting, quality learning and we value the role they play in school life.

 

Some of the places visited by the children recently includes:

Crawfordsburn Country Park

Walk to the local shops

Mountstewart House

War Memorial Museum, Belfast

W5 in Belfast

Titanic Museum

Bangor Library

The Wonder of Christmas at Bangor Elim

 … to name but a few

 

Visitors to the School

We also invite a variety of visitors into the school to help enhance our curriculum. Visitors bring with them a passion for what they do, which can be used positively to support our children's learning.

 

The range of visitors has included:

PSNI - Bullying, Internet Safety, Stranger Danger, Road Safety, Citizenship

Road Safety Officers

Dental Nurses

Dogs' Trust

Rainforest Adventures

Event Full days - Viking Day

Sports' Coaches

NI Fire Service

… and many more

Residential Trips

Residentials are a great way of building self-confidence and increasing independence as well as allowing children to develop teamwork skills and friendships.

 

In Primary 6 the children attend a 3 day/2 night residential to Ganaway Outdoor Activity Centre in Millisle and in Year 7 the children are given the opportunity to participate in a 3 night/4 day residential to Greenhill Outdoor Pursuits Centre in Newcastle.

 

Some of the activities undertaken when on residential trips includes:

Adventure Walks

Bouldering

Climbing/Abseilling

Canoeing

Archery

Climbing Wall

Zip Line

Orienteering


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