School trips are a wonderful way of complementing the curriculum with real life experiences. Being just a short bus or train journey from central London, we are lucky to have so many places of interest within easy reach. We aim to give each class at least three trips a year, which are subsidised by the School Association to make them more affordable.
In the last year, children from St Leonard's have visited: Rushall organic farm in Berkshire, the Unicorn and Polka theatres, The Ritzy cinema, The Florence Nightingale Museum, The V & A, The National Gallery, Greenwich observatory, Southwark cathedral, The Barnes Wetlands Centre, Pizza Express in Streatham, and Ladyland Farm, Scotney castle and Whitstable in Kent.
Several classes visited the Lambeth City Learning Centre in Clapham, which runs a variety of technology based learning workshops.
Year 4 making pizzas
Year 6 editing videos at the CLC
Year R down on the farm