School Trips and Visits

Maths Curriculum Trip to London

Please follow the link below to read the slides from the parental meeting for the maths London trip:

 

2022 Maths Tour to London Parental Briefing

 

School Trips at De La Salle

The following opportunities are currently available for De La Salle students.  Indicative costs have been shown to help parents to decide which trips their child might or might not want to attend.  Our trips and visits are an excellent developmental and educational experience for the pupils involved.

Year 7

Year 8

Year 9

Year 10

Year 11

PGL Watersports Trip to France (£755)

History Battlefields tour / Belgium (£520)

Ski Trip to Andorra (£950 Pupils sign up in Y8)

English Shakespeare’s Italy Trip (£625)

1719 Society visit to Rome (£250)

Bushcraft outward bound 4 day residential (£175)

Retreat to Kintbury (£141)

History Battlefields tour / Belgium (£520)

MFL Spanish study trip to Catalonia (£650)

 

Year 7 Retreat to Castlerigg (£120)

 

English trip to London (£190)

RE and Humanities trip to Poland (£450 pupils sign up in Y9)

 

 

 

Retreat to Kintbury (£141)

Maths LIVE in Disneyland Paris (£380 pupils sign up in Y9)

 

 

 

MFL Spanish study trip to Catalonia (£650)

 

 

 

Allocation of Places

For school trips and visits with limited places, we expect all students taking part to have a behaviour record that suggests they will be able to display the conduct and attitude that will be essential on a trip. It is also imperative that students have an excellent attendance record. If a student's behaviour or attendance become a cause for concern before the commencement of the trip, we reserve the right to withdraw them from the trip. In these circumstances, the deposit would remain non-refundable.

Where trips are over-subscribed, places will be allocated according to the number of times students have been late to lessons and school. Those with no lates, or fewer lates will be given priority over those who are more persistently late. This is part of our work to encourage students to take responsibility for their actions and to reward positive behaviours.