Trips & Visits
At Bohunt School Liphook we believe trips and visits are incredibly important in developing children’s academic ability, independence and confidence. We’re very proud of our extensive educational visits programme, which continues to grow year-on-year.
We understand that these trips can involve a lot of paperwork, as well as careful practical and financial consideration. To help you plan, we’ve put together a provisional list of trips and visits for the next three academic years, together with outline costs. We’ve also highlighted Focus Day activities where we may ask for a contribution.
Although all trips are optional, we’re particularly keen for students to attend the following:
- Year 8 Activity Camp
- Year 9 Bushcraft Camp
- Trips relevant to GCSE choices (Swanage Fieldtrip, London Business Studies visit etc.)
- Languages trips
Depending on your circumstances, you may be able to get support for trips, as well as equipment and other activities, from the Bramshott Educational Trust.
Please ensure you complete and return a medical form for your child(ren) at the start of each academic year, as it will go out with every trip or visit. Please notify us of any changes during the year so we can update our records. For some trips (such as the major expeditions) we may ask for further medical details.
To pay for a trip or visit using our online payment system please see our parent page.
Where we ask for a financial contribution, your payment will give permission for your child to go on the trip or visit.
Where no payment is required (such as the sponsored walk and sports fixtures) we’ll assume you’ve given permission unless you tell us otherwise. This is designed to reduce the amount of paperwork: please be assured you’ll still receive full information about the trip, and there will be no compromise on safety.
Bramshott Educational Trust
Each year, the Bramshott Educational Trust awards grants to support educational activities. These include help towards purchasing musical instruments and specialist equipment, educational travel, school trips, music and ballet lessons and other expenses.
The Fund welcomes applications from young people under 25 years old who live in Bramshott Parish (which includes Liphook, Bramshott, Passfield, Conford and the parts of Hammer Vale located in Hampshire). Grants are made twice yearly, in April and October.
To find out more, and to download an application form, please visit the Fund’s website: www.bramshotteducationaltrust.org.uk