Outdoor Education

St Paul’s offers a number of opportunities for pupils to enrich their learning experience through outdoor education.  Learning outside the classroom has been proven to raise self-esteem, confidence, personal organisation and self-awareness and, of course, this can translate into better attainment at school. You can find dates for outdoor education activities on the what’s on calendar here.  For further information on outdoor education please contact Mrs Alexandra Gouldsbrough on 01908 669735 or by email here.

Duke of Edinburgh

Through the school pupils can participate in three progressive levels of the Duke of Edinburgh programmes which, when successfully completed, lead to a Bronze, Silver or Gold Duke of Edinburgh's Award.  The DofE programme can start when a pupil is in Year 9 and the scheme comprises three sections volunteering, physical and skills. You can find more information about the programme here


Bushcraft is held at the Caldecotte Xperience where students get the opportunity to take part in canoeing, kayaking, sailing, abseiling and climbing.  Students will camp at the Caldecotte Xperience for two nights, and will help out with daily activities such as clearing up.


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