Alongside our academic curriculum, we provide rich, creative and innovative opportunities based on supporting and challenging pupils to achieve their best through the elements of discovery, application and communication. We assist children in finding their passion through extra-curricular activities, trips and the wider curriculum.

Educational Visits and Trips

Edge Grove welcomes a multitude of visitors into school from authors and artists to guest speakers and representatives from local charities.

Examples of recent trips and creative workshops include: a Rocks and Fossils workshop, gallery visits, RS trip to Bhaktivedanta Manor, Egyptian Day, Magnets and materials workshop, International day, Book character day, Mr G’s Electricity workshop, a Stone Age trip to the Chiltern Open Air Museum, Affinity Water Centre, Radlett and Bushey Synagogue, Golden Hinde and Verulamium Museum and Lincolnsfield Centre.

All trips and workshops are chosen carefully to complement the learning taking place in school.

Expedition Week

Every year in the summer term our pupils in Years 3-8 experience an ‘Expedition Week.’ For many this will involve a stay away from home at places such as Dorset, Wales and France. The children gain so much from the experience – personal development and growth, independence, accomplishing challenges and goals.  Occasions such as Expedition Week are invaluable in a child’s time at school; the experiences gained are priceless and lasting memories are always made.