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Trips & Visits

Unit trips and visits are a powerful, positive teaching tool that help enhance the social, personal and emotional development of the boys. They are an important and effective means of motivating students and engaging them in active learning experiences. These trips help teach life skills, build on social skills and improve independence and self-confidence.

We have visited a wide variety of places recently with the boys, these include trips to Bridlington RNLI station, Dalby Forest, Wharram Percy medieval village, the beach, Inflata Nation in Beverley and a number of swimming trips to Alpamare and Flamingo Land pools.

Animal Therapy at Welburn Hall School.

The boys are encouraged to spend time with the animals in a calm and mature manner. This helps to build up trusting relationships and to build on their empathy and compassion skills. The boys learn all about caring for the animals and join in with the feeding and mucking out.

Hole of Horcum

Hole of Horcum

Towards the end of the summer term, a group of students were taken for two days of outward-bound days. They did the Hole of Horcum walk on day one and spent day two at Scalby Mills learning about marine life, our coastline and the tides.