INTREPID learners at North West Academies Trust schools have been getting out and about as their education takes them far and wide.

Packed schedules have included a trip to China for Rudheath Senior Academy, as well as a visit to the Houses of Parliament.

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Children at Delamere Academy have brushed up on survival skills in Denbighshire, enjoyed artistic adventures in Anglesey, had a taste of history in York, and practised surfing sills in Cornwall.

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Winsford’s Oak View Academy’s adventures have taken them from Edinburgh to London, with stops in historic York, at stately homes and Welsh beaches, and topped off with restaurant and cinema visits.

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Weaverham Primary Academy enjoyed underwater adventures at Blue Planet Aquarium in Ellesmere Port as well as fun-filled residentials in Wales and a plethora of inter-school sporting fixtures.

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Steve Docking, CEO of NWAT, said: “We take children from Year 2 upwards on residential trips.

“Our ‘can do’ culture means children spend a substantial amount of time learning outside the classroom.

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“This broad programme of education enables children to achieve well in all areas and is securing high attainment and levels of progress throughout our schools.

“The trips generate huge excitement and are a great way for children to learn, have new experiences and make fantastic memories.”