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Trips & Visits

At Falmouth School, we believe in providing our students with extraordinary opportunities that extend far beyond the confines of the classroom. Our commitment to enhancing their educational journey includes a diverse range of exciting trips and visits, both locally and globally.

Over the years, our students have embarked on thrilling adventures across Europe and North America, gaining valuable insights into different cultures and broadening their perspectives. From exhilarating ski trips to exploring the historical treasures of London, such as the renowned London Dungeons, our students have experienced a myriad of enriching activities.

At Falmouth School, we view these trips and visits as integral components of our commitment to enhancing students' cultural capital. By providing them with the chance to engage with places and communities worldwide, we aim to prepare them for a dynamic and diverse future. Experiencing the richness of other cultures firsthand fosters a deeper understanding and appreciation for the world, equipping our students with the skills to navigate and thrive in an ever-changing global landscape.

These immersive experiences not only supplement academic learning but also contribute to personal growth, resilience, and an open-minded approach to the world. We believe that these opportunities are essential in shaping well-rounded individuals who are ready to embrace the challenges and opportunities of our interconnected world.

Please see below for a taste of some of the trips and visits that students at Falmouth School have been able to experience:

  • London KS4 History Trip
  • KS3 History Trip to Belgium
  • KS3 Mediterranean Adventure - in Spain
  • Christmas Markets in France - promoting the language skills and cultural experiences
  • Winter Sports Trip in Europe to take place in 2025 with a currently smaller group travelling in February 2024
  • KS4 and KS5 Geography students undertake local trips to carry out practical field work, essential to their qualification
  • KS4 History students participate in the visit to the Bodmin Jail, relevant to the content of their qualification
  • Photography and Art students access the local exhibition spaces and gallery
  • Trips to the Falmouth Library support the emphasis on reading for pleasure, writing and literacy skills
  • Collaboration with Falmouth University promotes the enrichment of performing and expressive arts