School trips are an important part of the way we develop pupils’ understanding of the curriculum and enhance their self-confidence at Hulme.
A very wide range of trips and visits are undertaken every year at Hulme. Infant children enjoy a range of visits designed to help their understanding of the curriculum and the world around them. Recent highlights included: Manchester Museum and the Sea Life Centre.
In the Juniors, recent trip highlights have included Year 3 dressing as evacuees for their trip to the Stockport Air Raid Shelters; Year 4 becoming Romans for the day in Chester and Year 5 becoming Anglo-Saxons at Tatton Park.
A real rite of passage for our Infant and Junior children are the annual residential visits to Castleshaw and Aldwark in North Yorkshire, where they undertake a range of exciting outdoor activities.
Senior school pupils are also well travelled with educational trips and visits. Recent highlights have seen: a CCF Expedition to North East Lapland in Arctic Sweden and in 2018, a visit to the Great Wall of China. A trip to our sister school in Ghana, a Classics trip to Italy and visits to Barcelona and Berlin led by the Modern Language Department.