AS/A Level Spanish Trip to Madrid


AS/A Level

Art, Photography and Textiles Exam trip

23/02/2017 -26/02/2017 ( 4 days/3 nights)

Price per paying person £447

(Based on a minimum group size of 20)

See Mrs Jimenez for more details (Download Poster here)

Also included in your tour:

  • Flights to and from Madrid
  • Coaches in UK and Madrid (to and from airport)
  • Bed and Breakfast (Hotel Mediodia)
  • Travel Insurance

Evening meals:

  • FrescCo Buffet Restaurant – Buffet Dinner (inc Soft Drink)
  • 2 Course Meal with Soft Drink at Hard Rock Cafe (Set Menu)
  • Restaurant ‘La Catedral’ – 3 Course Meal (inc Tap Water)


  • Thyssen-Bornemisza
  • Prado Museum
  • Museum Reina Sofia
  • Bernabeu Stadium – Self Guided Tour

Visit Disneyland Paris!

6th Form Paris Trip, 5th – 7th November

£99 or £49 (if free school meals)

Visit Disneyland Paris on Saturday 6th November for only £24 per person!!

Ask Mrs Wilkinson in Room C013 for a letter.

Paris poster Eray

Sixth Form Paris Trip November 2015

Our Sixth Form Paris Trip will be taking place between the 5th 7th of November 2015 and all future and current 6th Formers enrolled September 2015 are eligible for a place.

The trip will cost £99 and is subsidised for all students, those on Free School Meals will attract further support to bring the cost down further to allow everyone to participate. Limited places available.

A deposit of £49.00 must be paid via Parentpay by Friday 24th April – for ECS students. External applicants must contact the school directly.

Once we have received your deposit, further details will follow.

Download out Paris trip poster

Sixth Form Amsterdam Trip September 2014



(also available for students in Year 11, internal & external, who have applied to join ECS Sixth Form for September 2014)

As part of our Sixth Form enrichment programme we have made a provisional reservation for a trip to Amsterdam for our Year 12 and 13 students.  The dates are Friday 26th September to Sunday 28th September.  We will be staying in MEININGER Hotel Amsterdam City West in Amsterdam where students will share twin or multi-bedded rooms with shower and wc.  The facilities include bed and breakfast and the students will have one dinner included at a nearby restaurant.

We are planning to include the following visits and more:-

  • Tour of City
  • Van Gogh Museum
  • Ajax Stadium
  • Canal Cruise
  • Cheese Factory
  • Windmill and Tulip Farm
  • Ann Frank’s House

The trip has been considerably subsidised to allow as many students as possible access to this fantastic experience.  The cost to each student will be £99.00, including travel by coach, Eurotunnel crossing and accommodation in Amsterdam for 3 days, breakfast on both mornings, evening meal on one evening, most of the visits and activities and insurance.  We require a non- refundable deposit of £50.00 by Friday 9th May (extended date) for a place to be reserved.  We will not be able to secure places after this date.  This can be paid via your parent pay account or at a pay point shop using the barcode which we will issue to you.  Students who are in receipt of FSM will be able to access a further subsidy to the cost of the trip (please contact Ms J Williams or Ms E Halil, Sixth Form Student Managers for more information).

Once we receive the first deposit, we will inform you of the details and deadlines for the other payment.

We look forward to hearing from you.


Deputy Headteacher/Director of Sixth Form

Download the Y12-13 Amsterdam Trip Parents’ letter

Download the Amsterdam trip poster 2014

Paris Trip 2013 Update

On Thursday 26th September, over 150 year 12 and 13 students, plus staff from Edmonton County School embarked on a team-building trip to the heart of Paris.

With many places to visit and activities to take part in over the three days and two nights, it was an action packed adventure.

Having descended at the Ibis Hotel in Montmartre late Thursday night, getting up at 6:30 the next morning proved to be a shock to the system! However, bleary eyed but ready to take on the day’s excitement, we set off for our first activity of the trip.

Throughout our stay we had several challenges to complete, and with prizes at stake, our competitive streaks certainly kicked in. Each group had their own team mascot, and we managed to take an amazing amount of creative shots of our Pierre le Bear around the city! Armed with our useful but basic French phrases and distant memories of GCSE French, we endeavoured to communicate with staff in museums and attractions, in shops buying obligatory souvenirs, and most important of all, feeding ourselves in restaurants and cafés.

With the purpose of this trip being to bond with our peers, I can honestly say that over this short period of time friendships were strengthened across the year groups. Having been given enough independence in order to fend for ourselves, we achieved far more than we would’ve believed, and returned home full of confidence, ready for the challenges we have yet to come!

By Ellen Blane
Sixth Form, Edmonton County School

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