Trips and Expeditions Overview

At Chancellor’s School, we actively promote our students taking part in educational visits,
whether as a compulsory element to studying a particularly course or for personal enrichment,
as we seek to develop the whole child.

During their time at Chancellor’s School, students will experience myriad opportunities to learn outside
the classroom on a local, national or international level.

As we seek to academically challenge our students and to develop their cultural capital all our students will
at some point in their career have the opportunity to take part in day excursions across the curriculum.
These may include;

  • Theatre Visits to the West End

  • Sporting Events such as the Tennis Masters, Premier League Football, Netball Superleague or
    International Rugby

  • Humanities Visits to Religious buildings, Parliament or sites of geographical interest

  • Languages day trips to Northern France, Christmas Markets or the Europa Centre

  • Arts trips to the Henry Moore Foundation and other galleries

  • Careers Events at top universities and employers

In the last five years alone, Chancellor’s Students have undertaken visits and learning opportunities across
the globe.

  • Annual Ski Trips to North America (most recently to California, New York and Canada)

  • A Science Study Visit to China

  • Trips to Kenya

  • Geography Residential Visits to Iceland

  • History Residential Visits to Berlin and the World War 1 Battlefields

  • Netball tours to Disneyland Paris

  • Modern Foreign Language Trips to France (The Loire Valley, Normandy, Brittany and Paris),
    Italy (The Amalfi Coast and Verona and Lake Garda) and Germany (The Rhine Valley, Baden-Württemberg
    and Berlin)

  • Music Tours to Campania and to Barcelona

  • Art, Photography and Textiles Visits to New York

Enrolling at Chancellor’s School will offer you a world of opportunity.