Trips and Visits

School trips form an important part of academy life and are often the most memorable when we look back on our school days.

Trips to art galleries, museums, theatres, are regularly organised to enrich students’ cultural experience and support learning in the classroom. The Academy ensures that no students’ learning is disadvantaged and applications for financial support for trips linked to the curriculum should be made to our finance department.

Residential trips to Europe and the USA are also organised. The table below is regularly updated with planned trips and gives details on the date, cost and payment schedule to help families budget.

Disneyland Paris Trip

November 2020

Years 7-10

Cost: £450

£90 non refundable deposit 9 -17 December 2019

Second Deposit £90 by 31st January 2020

Third Deposit £70 by 26th March 2020

Fourth Deposit £70 by 18th May 2020

with the final payment of £130 due on Monday 13th July 2020

New York / Washington DC

Friday 28th May 2021 – 2nd June 2021

Years 7, 8 and 9

40 places

Cost: £1030

First Deposit By Monday 16th December 2019:  £150.00

Second  Deposit By Monday 20th January 2020:  £200.00

Third Deposit By Monday 6th April 2020:  £107.50

Fourth Deposit By Monday 13th July 2020:  £107.50

Fifth Deposit By Monday 14th September 2020:  £107.50

Sixth Deposit By Monday 18th January 2021:  £107.50

Final payment By Monday 1st March 2021: £250.00


News reports from just some of the trips that took place in 2020 

  • Disneyland Paris Trip

The annual visit to Disneyland Paris took place in February half term.  The Academy’s Mickey crew consisted of Ms Blayney, Ms Allen,  Mrs Jennings,  Mrs Beadle and Ms Campbell accompanied 50 plus students on a fun packed three day  adventure.Even the rain did not deter the adventurers from riding the ‘Tower’, ‘Rocking Rolling’ Coaster Ride and much more. The evenings saw students swimming and chilling out in the hotel eating pizza and reminiscing about their adventures of the day. An amazing time was had by both students and staff,  the students behaviour as always was exemplary.  ‘That’s a wrap until next time’

  • News UK Women and the Glass Ceiling

Students from Stationers’ Crown Woods Academy were invited to an exclusive event run by the Sun on Sunday for International Women’s’ day.  The group of 11 joined 150 students from across London, visiting the Sun offices at London Bridge, to be part of a round table question and answer session from 3 women who have become household names and Titans in their chosen fields having decidedly shattered many glass ceilings along the way. The women were Davina McCall, Claudia Winkleman and the England football player Alex Scott.  The girls were all excited for the day, even more so when they got photo bombed by Davina before the event!

  • Ski Trip 2020

A truly amazing experience. Bright blue skies, just about enough snow and some of the most stunning views any of us had seen. Each pupil managed to progress their skiing ability through the trip. Notably, on the third day every single pupil made it to the top of the first chair lift at the exact same time. This was a fantastic moment, as it allowed the group to get an entire group photograph and all ski down together, something rarely seen by an entire school group on a trip. It was a true testament to the resilience and dedication of the group on the trip, of whom worked so tirelessly given that the trip itself had started in such a tremulous way