The Science Department wishes to invite Y8 students to experience inspiring science in a different culture. With this in mind, a residential trip is being organised to the Netherlands. The area is visited by many schools and colleges because it is an ideal country to study science, history and culture. The trip will take place from 19/06/2017 to 23/06/2017.
The trip includes a number of visits to museums and places of cultural significance as well as some social occasions for the students. The students will visit Nemo museum, Anne Frank house and museum, The International Peace Palace museum with the International Peace Flame, ESA Space Expo, Corpus Experience, dinner at the Hard Rock Café Amsterdam, a private canal cruise and a trip to Walibi World. Please see the attached more detailed itinerary and museum information.
The cost of the trip including transport (coach and ferry); all accommodation on the ferry and the hostel Slot (Castle) Assumburg, in Heemskerk near Amsterdam; all meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner); all museum and canal boat expenses; Amsterdam hoodie; two Amsterdam t-shirts, a safety wristband and travel insurance will be approximately £480 (to be confirmed as soon as possible) and we hope that you would want your child to take part.
Deposit – 21st October 2016 £60
18 November 2016 £60
16 December 2016 £60
21 January 2017 £60
17 February 2017 £60
24 March 2017 £60
28 April 2017£60
19th May 2017 £60
There is a maximum of places available, travelling on two coaches. Allocation is based on a behaviour selection process, verified by the head of year, form and science tutors. Please return the Parental Consent Forms by Friday 21st October 2016 so we can make arrangements. A deposit of £60 must be paid at the time of booking, to be received no later than 21st October 2016. The deposit is refundable if your child does not secure a place. Your child will not be considered for the trip without a deposit. Please see the payment schedule opposite. The full cost of the visit must be paid by Friday 19th May 2017.