Residential trips are an important extension to school life and work. All year 2, year 4 and year 6 children are offered the opportunity to take part in a residential outdoor education visit to one of Cheshire West's accredited centre. These trips focus on the personal and social growth of the children, as well as offering them unique learning experiences.
During these trips we try to encourage greater independence, self-confidence and self-reliance through a range of activities such as: rock climbing, den building, country walks, exploring, team building, ropes courses, abseiling, etc. These residential trips are an opportunity for the children to learn in a different way, in a different environment and also an opportunity to get to know each other and the staff away from school. These visits are also always a great deal of fun!
LOtC - Learning Outside the Classroom at Neston Primary School - we are also very proud of our school grounds and we try to use these to extend learning as frequently as we can.
Year 2 children spend two days and one night at Delamere Outdoor Centre,
Year 4 spend three days and two nights at Burwardsley Outdoor Centre and
Year 6 spend four days and three nights at the Conway Centre at Menai.