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Average cost of yr5/6 residential please

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3asAbird Thu 15-Sep-16 17:18:03

How much do state primary on average charge for 5 day residential trip please?

m0therofdragons Thu 15-Sep-16 17:24:27

Ours is just under £400 in year 5 and just under £500 in year 6. I'm dreading it when my twins go - basically £2k over 2 years. We could use that for a family holiday 😩

FATEdestiny Thu 15-Sep-16 17:31:04

Just short of £300, with £100 discount to children who receive pupil premium (have had free school meals in the last 6 years).

We are a state primary in an area of social deprivation. About 50 kids going to Isle of Wight for 5 days in Year 6

RhinestoneCowgirl Thu 15-Sep-16 17:32:27

Ours is about £350 I think

spanieleyes Thu 15-Sep-16 18:11:26

Between £250 and £350 depending on where and when we go, Summer is more expensive!

foursillybeans Thu 15-Sep-16 18:12:40

Normal state school in a south London suburb. £200

Titsywoo Thu 15-Sep-16 18:13:32

Ours was 325 for Isle of Wight and included 20 spending money.

Katieweasel Thu 15-Sep-16 18:18:52

Just got a letter today about our year 6 residential in March. £288.80 for 4 nights/5 days. Less than I was expecting but more than I can afford.

dementedpixie Thu 15-Sep-16 18:36:44

Ours was only £90 for 4 nights

Rainbowcolours1 Thu 15-Sep-16 18:40:54

We charge £160 for 5 days in Keswick. We're a state primary in the Midlands.

IlPorcupinoNilSodomyEst Thu 15-Sep-16 18:42:23

About £240 I think - lots of notice given so you could pay £30 a month or whatever.

whywonthedgehogssharethehedge Thu 15-Sep-16 18:47:16

Think ours are about £300ish at the top end, less for years 2-4. Free for pupil premium. Option to pay in £20 - £30 instalments over a few months is always given.

DD just had one (year 5) but she didn't go. A quarter of the year didn't go.

Bunnyjo Thu 15-Sep-16 19:48:25

Ours is between £230 and £250 for 5 days (4 nights) with payments spread out over 6 months and the trip is always mid June. As it is a very small village school, the residential is open to all KS2 children.

Yokohamajojo Fri 16-Sep-16 10:41:52

Y4 but 5 nights in an activity type place £350 and then £7 pocket money

Piratefairy78 Fri 16-Sep-16 23:26:06

In Y5 our school is 2 nights/3 days at a county council owned facility 20 minutes away at £130ish. Y6 is 3 nights/4 full days PGL 3 hours away, always the last weekend of being in Y6 in July and £174. For all the activities they do I think it's great value. Our school also funds the full price for those in receipt of pupil premium too.

Mandolinoparadiso Sun 18-Sep-16 22:55:51

Year 6 residential at a county council run centre on the coast three hours away is around £300 for five days; year 4 was £130 for three days at a similar place but much closer.

Putneyparent Mon 19-Sep-16 08:46:07

Our Year 6 trip was £475 Monday returned Friday... Absolute rip off and no transparency on what money was for!

Sofabitch Mon 19-Sep-16 08:59:22

A week at a local nature tyoe centre was £280

namechangedtoday15 Mon 19-Sep-16 09:39:16

£435 for 5 nights (Sunday-Friday) for Isle of Man. For each twin. They loved it, but £870 is quite a sum to fund in one school year.

But just received letter about ski trip (now in Year 7 at high school). Coach trip to Italy. £850 each. They won't be going.

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