King Edward's School BATH

Trips & visitors

School trips play an important part in enriching life at our school and help bring learning to life across the whole curriculum (they are also jolly good fun!)

We are also very grateful to the visitors coming to school to share their knowledge or enthusiasm on a diverse number of subjects.

Recent visitors to the school and trips have included:

  • A trip to Bristol Zoo to see how light and dark affects different species of animals
  • Going back in time at Sevington Victorian School to discover what school was like during the late 19th century
  • Avon & Somerset Police visit to give a talk on road safety
  • Visiting potter, Mr Inns came in to help us construct clay castles
  • Wessex Water joined in with our Water Day to explain how water arrives at our homes and what happens to it when it disappears down the drain
  • Year 2’s trip to Magdalen Farm
  • A trip to the Kennet and Avon Canal in Bradford on Avon
  • Visits by our friends at Avon Fire & Rescue
  • Working closely with the parent community to help celebrate world festivals such as Diwali, Holi and the Chinese New Year
  • Supporting the Knights and Castles topic with a visit to Cardiff Castle
  • Visiting Brunel's engineering masterpiece, the SS Great Britain, Bristol
  • Many of our projects are based around the School's locality in Bath as well as environmental themes