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Clare Mount SpecialistSports College

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Educational visits policy and procedure

Clare Mount Specialist Sports College firmly believes and promotes 'learning outside the classroom'. As part of our school ethos and vision around the Clare Mount 'C.H.I.L.D.' we recognise how important educational visits are to bringing 'learning to life' for our pupils, and also how valuable such experiences are to supporting the Personal, Social and Emotional well-being of our students, as well as helping to improve behaviour and aspirations. The school organises annual trips to theatres and major sporting events, to name but a few, and in recent years have given pupils the opportunity to be Games Makers at London 2012, Junior Golf Supervisors at The British Golf Open in Hoylake in 2014, and part of The Pack at The Rugby World Cup 2015. The school organises annual residential opportunities for pupils to develop their knowledge of local communities and develop confidence, self-esteem and independence skills. Trips include Barnstondale for Year 7, PGL in Shropshire for Year 8, Calvert Trust in The Lake District for Year 9, and a French Trip to Paris for upper school, as well as Bronze Duke of Edinburgh Camps in Hadlow Fields, Wirral, for Year 10 and Quinta, North Wales, for Silver for Year 11.     

Educational Visits Policy and Procedures:


Clare Mount uses Evolve to organise, arrange and evaluate trips and residential experiences. Our policy is in keeping with the local authority policy as shown below.


Letters regarding trips can be found on the letters page of this website.


Mrs Neill is our Educational Visits Co-ordinator should you have any questions


The main points of contact at the Local Authority are Gaby Crolla and Jane Pepper