Journeys are extended programs for highly able children. They attend once a week for four half days and explore a topic in depth. Subject matter is wide-ranging and is often in areas not always taught in the primary school curriculum. Participants as young as six can become detectives solving hypothetical mysteries, work as archaeologists on a ‘dig’, explore the wonders of the universe, the mathematics of infinity,  the world of the brothers Grimm or Gothic literature,  or take part in a philosophical ‘community of inquiry. The possibilities are unlimited

  • Diving into the gene pool
  • Fun with robotics
  • It's Chemicool
  • Micro Macro Mega Mini
  • Robotics
  • Maths With a Twist
  • A Space Oidessey
  • Micro Macro Mega Mini
  • Micro Macro Mega Mini 2
  • Our Foreign Correspondent 2
  • A Space Oidessey 2
  • Inclined run marble machines
  • Such Concentration 1
  • Our Foreign correspondent
  • What an Adventure 2
  • What an Adventure 3
  • What an Adventure 1
  • What an Adventure 4
  • What an Adventure 5
  • Wind powered cars
  • What an Adventure 6
  • Hot air balloons
  • Calling All Electro Gadgeteers
  • Human Rights Heroes
  • Calling All ElectroGadgeteers 2
  • Calling All ElectroGadgeteers 3
  • Josh & Zoe getting stuck into their scale drawings in To Infinity and Beyond
  • Ready set fire
  • Trebuchet ready for action
  • Robotics for kids
  • What an Adventure 3
  • Robotics for Kids 2
  • What An Adventure 2
  • What An Adventure
  • Coding a circle trail
  • Coding at Lets Get Coding
  • Romo the Robot on the trail
  • Comparing and Sharing Coding Tips
  • Experimenting Let there be Light
  • Romo the Robot
  • Lets get Coding
  • Testing Let there be Light
  • Trail Sensors on Romo the Robot