School trips at Radnor House are an integral component of our academic curriculum and are an effective tool used to consolidate our students' learning experience. Each faculty offers a wide variety of day trips to support classroom learning, as well as residential and overseas trips to extend subject matter knowledge for GCSE and A Level.
Day trips are offered throughout the school and at various points of the year - recent trips include visits to London museums and theatres, a dinner at a local Spanish restaurant and trips to Stonehenge, Jaguar Landrover production site, the Houses of Parliament and the French Institute.
Teaching staff also arrange various residential trips in the UK and abroad - inspirational trips to Rome, Canada, Geneva, Madrid, Iceland, Berlin or Paris are an unforgettable experience for our school community. For trips taking place in 2016-17, please see the overview of planned residential trips on this page.
We have simplified the way we organise school trips in order to facilitate communication and payments between the school and parents by purchasing an online system for the management of educational visits called Evolve.
Please note that all trips are organised with accredited school travel specialists. Every trip is also risk assessed prior to approval by the Head. Medical forms are only needed for residential and overseas trips - please download the medical form in the box opposite. If you have further questions about trips, please email Miss Gandemer, the Educational Visits Co-ordinator on email@example.com.