Trips and Visits


Quainton Hall School regards trips as an essential part of children's education.

We have a number of exciting trips throughout the year. At Easter the children have the opportunity of enjoying our annual ski trip. In the summer the older children head off to France for a week.

Being situated so near the Metropolitan Line we are 20 minutes from the centre of London. We also have a fleet of minibuses which allows us to take excursions whenever it suits the curriculum.


Some of the girls and boys from P5 and P6 took part in the Able Writers' Workshop at Wealdstone Library led by Neal Zetter.
Our Chapel Choir visited the London Charterhouse to sing Vespers.
River Study along the River Chess...
Prep 4 visited the Natural History Museum in South Kensington...
P3 and P4 had an amazing time on their trip to Walsingham. They even visited an Anglo Saxon Village!
Prep 3 went back in time to the Ancient Romans...
P3 had a fantastic time at the Verulamium Museum!
P5 had an incredible time visiting Kew Gardens. They learnt about the rain forest habitat and sketched some of the plants!
A Cathedral. and becoming a monk or nun for the day...
P6B and P6M enjoy a cross-curricular History/English trip to the National Army Museum in Chelsea.
P6 had a fantastic time during their recent trip to the National Gallery in London. They also got to create their own artwork during the visit.