Hemlington Hall Academy

Possible Year 6 HHA London Trip May 2023

Please complete by Monday 27th June 2022

Dear families,

As you know, post Covid, Hemlington Hall Academy have taken children on a education residential visit to London. We would love for this to happen again for our children so I am busy trying to organise and get costings for this.

In order to help me, I need to gain level of interest amongst our families of who would be interested in sending their child on this educational visit.

The trip is fantastic and is an amazing experience for our children. The trip would be for 3 days and 2 nights. We are planning for this trip to take place after SATs in May (15th – 26th ) 2023.

The itinerary would include such experiences as:

(These are not confirmed but just to give you an indication)

London Show – Possibly The Lion King

The London Eye

Houses of Parliament

Visit Shakespeare’s Globe

Madam Tussauds

National History Museum

Harry Potter World

Although I have not got final costs, I am estimating that this could cost around £320. I will try to source funding to support with these costs and we can organise our own fundraising within the school to support with costs.

Please can I ask you to submit your name and your level of interest for this trip. If numbers are low, then we would have to assess how this could go ahead. By doing this, you are in no way committing yourself to the trip. Once I get final costings, then a deposit would be required to secure your child’s place.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me through message on Dojo.

Kind regards,

Mrs Knox

London Interest

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