Pupils in Lady Royd are provided with numerous opportunities for learning through a variety of educational trips and activities. These are designed to supplement and enrich their classroom learning and bring the curriculum to life.
Day trips start in Reception, when visits include Stockheld Park in Wetherby, Tropical World, Yorkshire Farm, Roundhay Park and West Yorkshire Playhouse.
Other trips for the younger pupils have included: The National Media Museum, Cannon Hall and the Yorkshire Wildlife Park.
Trips which regularly enhance the curriculum for older girls include Bolling Hall, St Ives Estate in Harden, Bradford Cathedral, Harlow Park, Yorkshire Water’s Treatment Plant, Otley Chevin, The Bronte Museum and Bradford Royal Infirmary (taking part in the Injury Minimisation Programme).
From Year 3, all girls enjoy a residential trip, ranging from one to four nights. To date these have included a stay at Winmarleigh Hall, near Preston, Cober Hill near Scarborough and a Skiing trip to the Austrian Alps. While these trips provide the opportunity for further study and personal development they are also are designed to provide lots of fun.
Visitors are regularly welcomed into school to talk to pupils and run workshops and activities. These also support and enhance the curriculum. Popular visitors to the school have included:
• The Northern Ballet Company
• Journalists from the Asian Express
• West Yorkshire CSI
• Bradford Astronomy Society
• Various authors and local artists