Trips & Visits

At Edenhurst, we firmly believe that education extends beyond the classroom. A programme of outings for each class provides experiences to enhance and enrich the children’s learning. Furthermore, this encourages the children to interact socially and co-operatively with each other in an environment outside of school.

The variety and range of visits include museums and galleries, theatres, outdoor and field study centres and farms and zoos.

Regular visits are made to the following destinations:

Local Trips:

  • Newcastle-under-Lyme Museum
  • Gladstone Pottery Museum
  • The Potteries Museum
  • Pizza Express (Stafford)
  • Shugborough Hall
  • New Victoria Theatre

Further Afield:

  • Condover Hall (Prep 6 teambuilding residential)
  • The Manchester Museum of Modern Arts
  • Imperial War Museum (North), Salford Quays
  • Quarry Bank Mill, Styal.
  • Chester Zoo
  • Chester Deva Museum
  • Blists Hill Victorian Village
  • Lichfield Cathedral
  • Think Tank-Birmingham
  • The Tate Liverpool
  • The Lowry Museum
  • The Beatles Story, Liverpool
  • Lyme Park
  • Cannock World War 2 Museum
  • Hoo Farm
  • The Roaches in the Peak District

International Trips:

Our overseas trips form part of developing children’s cultural understanding and independence.

We have offered a Ski Trip to Le Corbier, France, in conjunction with two other prep schools and will be looking to do so more frequently. The benefits to children are immense and visible progress and success is the order of the day. This proves consistently popular and is open to any children from Prep 3 to Prep 6 who have some skiing experience. The trip takes places during the school term, around the last week of February.

The longest-standing residential is that to the Chateau de la Baudonniere in Normandy. This provides a week of complete immersion in a French language environment and is consistently rated as being a favourite memory by our leavers. The week involves a range of outdoor activities on the site (with all instruction in French); visits to local towns and to the D-Day Landing Beaches; the Bayeux Tapestry; and an unwholesome amount of wonderful food! The trip is open to all children in Preps 4, 5 and 6, and runs at the beginning of the Summer Term.

We have offered a residential in Barcelona for a week of Spanish cultural immersion. This was a different type of excursion: we visited contemporary locations such as Camp Nou (home of FC Barcelona) and more historic ones such as the Basilica de la Sagrada Familia. The children took an audio tour on a bus going around the city – and enjoyed walking and shopping on Las Ramblas!

Why Edenhurst?

Why Edenhurst?