Year 7 Residential
We are delighted to be able to arrange a Year 7 residential trip from Monday 21st November 2022 to Tuesday 22nd November 2022 to the Conway Centre in Anglesey, North Wales. The trip will be open to all Y7 students and is designed to assist with the transition from Primary School to Secondary School. Students will have the opportunity to get to know other pupils and staff and to take part in activities that they could not do in school.
The trip will depart on Monday 21st November. Pupils will travel by coach and arrive at the Conway Centre at midday. The Conway Centre is an Outdoor Adventure site that can provide all students with different learning experiences focussing on different skills. Pupils will be staying at the centre before returning to school on Tuesday evening.
The provisional cost of the trip will be £150.This covers the following:
- 1 night`s accommodation at the Conway Centre
- Coach travel to and from the centre
- All activities – choices include High ropes, zip wire, climbing, raft building, sailing, canoeing, problem solving, orienteering, night walk and quiz
- Comprehensive Insurance cover
- All equipment required for activities
- Meals provided: Monday – Evening Meal. Tuesday – Breakfast, cooked lunch and evening meal after which students will return home. Pupils will need to take a packed lunch on Monday morning as lunch won’t be provided on arrival.
If you would like to reserve a place on the trip then please complete the consent form found here by Monday the 3rd of October:
with a deposit of £75. Our preferred payment method is Wisepay – all Wisepay invites have been sent to the Primary contact as advised by the data received from your Primary school. Please note that the deposit is non-refundable.
Monday 12th October 2022 – £75 deposit
Monday 31st October 2022 – £75 Final Balance
Payments can be made into the school finance office or via the online WisePay system. Pupils are reminded that they are representing the school and as such are expected to display excellent behaviour and attitude. Any pupils whose behaviour is a cause for concern before the trip will not be permitted to attend.
In line with the School’s Charging and Remissions Policy the school can only request voluntary contributions (except for board and lodging on residential visits). No child will be discriminated against or treated differently according to how much their parents/carers have contributed. However, if there are insufficient contributions the visit may be cancelled.
For further information on charges for School visits please see our Charges and Remissions Policy which is on the school website:
I have also attached the link for the Insurance details:
School Journey Insurance Cover
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact the transition team at school on 0161 432 7727 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr Sion Thomas
Head of Primary Transition