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Who wants an adventure? From Junior School through to 6th Form exciting new opportunities are available every year. Take your pick … Paris, Cornwall, Snowdonia, Science Sleepovers, New York, Spain, Duke of Edinburgh Awards, Japan and more!

From theatre trips and art exhitions, to accessing a wealth of local opportunities in Cambridge – getting out of the classroom, to apply learning in context is integral to our curriculum across the Foundation. 

We also offer a wide range of residential trips from Junior School onwards, which encourage young people to challenge themselves, gain independence and develop their social skills.

Residential trips for 2017/18

Please note: further details about these trips will be sent to parents at the appropriate time. All costs are approximate

junior school 

Junior Trip to BurwellYear 4

Residential trip to Burwell House, April, Approx. £200

Year 5

Residential trip to Hilltop Outdoor Centre, Norfolk, approx. £200

Year 6

Residential trip to Normandy, approx. £600

Dame Bradbury's 

Year 4

  • History and Geography trip to York, 4 days in June. Approx. £320

Year 5

  • Coastal studies and outdoor activities in St Issey, Cornwall, 5 days in June. Approx £460

Year 6

  • Snowdonia, 5 days in June. Approx £365
Senior school 

Please note: All listings with an asterix* are optional.

Graham Water CentreYear 7

  • Grafham Water Centre, 4 days in September/October. Approx £200

Year 8

  • *Science Sleepover, March (TBC). Approx £15

Year 9

  • *Ski trip, February half term. Approx £1200

  • Senior School French Trip*French exchange in Normandy.

    • Outbound – Easter holidays.

    • Inbound – second half of the Summer Term. Approx £280.

  • Cross-curricular expedition to Flanders, 3 days in July. Geography, history, literature and RS & philosophy. Approx £280.

Year 10

  • Keio Trip*Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Award. 

    • Practice expedition, October

    • Qualifier, October

    • Approx £260

  • *Exchange programme with Keio Shonan Fujisawa High School, Japan.

    • Outbound – mid-February.

    • Inbound – late January/early February.

    • Approx £200. By application.                       

  • Senior School German Exchange*Duke of Edinburgh Silver Award

    • Practice Expedition, late March/early April

    • Qualifier, July

    • Approx £425                     

  • *Visit to Spain, mid-February. Approx £420         

  • *German exchange visit to Munich.

    • Outbound – April.

    • Inbound –  late June/early July

    • Approx £350

Year 11 and above (and Year 10 Italian)

  • *Classics and Italian visit to Rome and the Bay of Naples. October half-term break. Approx £650

  • *IGCSE Drama trip to West End overnight in mid-September. Approx £150

    Italian Trip


6th form 


  • Exchange programme with Keio Shonan Fujisawa High School, Japan
    • Outward - mid-February
    • Hosting - late January / early February
    • Approx cost £200
    • By application
  • Visit to Spain
    • Mid-February
    • Approx cost £420
  • Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award
    • Practice Expedition - late March / early April
    • Qualifier - mid-July
    • Approx cost £565
  • German Work Experience visit to Munich
    • Outward - April
    • Hosting - late June/early July
    • Approx cost £350
  • Environmental Systems & Societies fieldwork Flatford Mill
    • Late April / early May
    • Approx cost £175

L6 and U6

  • Drama, Economics & Visual Arts visit to New York
    • October half-term
    • Approx cost £1450
  • Classics and Italian visit to Rome and the Bay of Naples
    • October half-term break
    • Approx cost £650
  • Exploration Society trip to Romania
    • February half-term break
    • Approx cost £900


  • Snowdonia hike
    • Early September
    • Approx cost £100
exploration society 
We have partnered with specialist outdoor education company The Exploration Society, which organises and prepares young people for voyages of self-discovery in the UK and abroad.

In Junior School, there are  opportunities to explore on short, UK based adventures where pupils learn to work together to reach their goals. 

In Senior School and 6th Form, the Exploration Society provides students with life changing opportunities to test personal limits. From Cambridge to adventures in Sweden and Kenya.