Raywell

Starting in Year 3, St Andrew’s pupils visit Raywell, a residential centre situated just outside Hull, for day excursions whereas overnight sleepovers start in Year 4. During the visit to Raywell pupils will have the opportunity to participate in various activities.

Away from home, perhaps for the first time, school residential trips form such an important part of growing up. From these residential experiences, pupils will gain numerous benefits such as resilience, self-confidence, wellbeing, problem solving skills and social interaction.

Raywell visits

Raywell Year 5 KN

Raywell Year 5 KN
Once again, as we set off for Raywell we had been blessed with warm weather and sunshine. On arrival the children had their safety talk before immediately starting their fun warm up exercises. Immediately afterwards it was time for the…

Raywell Year 5 EC

Raywell Year 5 EC
The second week at Raywell started off with a glorious day. Even though the pupils were sad that there has not been any muddy situations on the hike, parents were delighted (less washing). The day, as always on day trips,…

Raywell Year 5 CB

Raywell Year 5 CB
Year 5 CB Raywell experience started where Year 4 had left off with gorgeous whether. On arrival, before the fun activities started the class assembled to have the important safety discussion… and then it was time to get the show…

Raywell Year 4SL

Raywell Year 4SL
For the third and final bubble from year 4 who visited Raywell, it was glorious weather once again. After Mr Huckstep’s safety talk it was time for Raywell’s famous morning exercises… … followed by time on the timber trail. It…

Raywell Year 4ST

Raywell Year 4ST
It was glorious sun shine as Miss Taylor’s class set off to go to Raywell even though the pupils were all dressed in their waterproofs and warm clothing. On arrival Mr Huckstep had set-up a small area for the morning…