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CONSENT FORM for completion and return
I am delighted to inform you that your child has been selected to go on the FREE Park Farm trip (25 students from Y7 Y8 Y9). This cross-curricular visit linking with geography, food technology and careers offers an excellent opportunity for students to gain an insight into life on a farm, the food chain and careers in farming.
During the day students will have the opportunity to:
We anticipate leaving school around 09:15 and returning at approximately 15:00. Students should arrive at school as usual, and meet at the astro at 09:00 after registration.
Dress code - students are not required to wear school uniform, but please check the weather forecast to make a decision on sun cream and raincoats. Students must wear trousers and bring a pair of wellies with them. Please let us know in advance if bringing wellies will be a problem as we may be able to provide them.
Food and drink - students will need to bring a packed lunch and drinks for the day. Please ensure that any drink is carried in a suitable container. Packed lunches will be provided for students who would normally receive free school meals - please let us know beforehand if you would like us to arrange this for your child.
Medical - the journey will take about thirty minutes. Students who are prone to travel sickness must ensure they sit at the front of the coach. Students who require inhalers/medication must bring them with them.
Please complete and return the CONSENT FORM as soon as possible.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Abby Lester – humanities teacher and trip leader firstname.lastname@example.org
Marianne Clements - progress leader and educational visits coordinator email@example.com