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Reviews

The following reviews have been added by visit leaders using the EVOLVE system.
Overview
4.3
21 reviews


Excellent
 
57%

Very Good
 
19%

Average
 
24%

Poor
 
0%

Awful
 
0%

Just to suggest that you include and SEND option above, chronologically, my group were KS3, but cognitively and emotionally much younger, hence the mismatch in review. They thoroughly enjoyed themselves, regardless. (June 2022 - Secondary School)




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(May 2022 - Secondary School)




(December 2021 - Primary School)




Fantastic trip (February 2020 - Primary School)




Excellent evening (December 2019 - Secondary School)




(October 2019 - Secondary School)




The children loved their experience at Longleat (September 2019 - Primary School)




(July 2019 - Primary School)




(July 2019 - Secondary School)




(July 2019 - Secondary School)




poor accessibility for wheelchair bound pupils no toileting facilities with a hoist and changing bed (July 2019 - Primary School)




Lack of accessibility for non-ambulent wheelchair users No changing facilities for wheelchair users - a hoist and changing bed is required long queues (July 2019 - Primary School)




Accessibility is poor. Mobiloo had to be hired in order for children who need hoisting to be hoisted onto a changing bed. Lack of private areas for enteral administation of medication. Long queues (July 2019 - Primary School)




(March 2019 - Primary School)




We had not been informed that the giraffes, large sea otter and gorillas would be inside where we could not see them. Also, that the Castle play structure and the train were closed for refurbishment. (March 2019 - Primary School)




The Festival of Lights was stunning. In November lights go on at 4.30, then at 4 in December. There is a different theme each year. The safari element and the smaller areas to visit the animals were all very good. Students enjoyed the river cruise and feeding the sea lions. They felt that food served in the cafe, however, was overpriced and of poor quality. If we were to do this trip in future, I would advise students to take their own packed lunch or we would stop somewhere en route which was better value for money. (December 2018 - Secondary School)




Great facilities for students, a safe environment (October 2018 - Secondary School)




Next year, book guided tour for 11am, not 1030am. (July 2018 - Secondary School)




(June 2018 - Secondary School)




(May 2018 - Primary School)




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Longleat
Warminster
Wiltshire
BA12 7NW

Reviews

The following reviews have been added by visit leaders using the EVOLVE system.
Overview
4.3
21 reviews


Excellent
 
57%

Very Good
 
19%

Average
 
24%

Poor
 
0%

Awful
 
0%

June 2022 - Secondary School
Just to suggest that you include and SEND option above, chronologically, my group were KS3, but cognitively and emotionally much younger, hence the mismatch in review. They thoroughly enjoyed themselves, regardless.



June 2022 - Secondary School




May 2022 - Secondary School




December 2021 - Primary School




February 2020 - Primary School
Fantastic trip



December 2019 - Secondary School
Excellent evening



October 2019 - Secondary School




September 2019 - Primary School
The children loved their experience at Longleat



July 2019 - Primary School




July 2019 - Secondary School




July 2019 - Secondary School




July 2019 - Primary School
poor accessibility for wheelchair bound pupils no toileting facilities with a hoist and changing bed



July 2019 - Primary School
Lack of accessibility for non-ambulent wheelchair users No changing facilities for wheelchair users - a hoist and changing bed is required long queues



July 2019 - Primary School
Accessibility is poor. Mobiloo had to be hired in order for children who need hoisting to be hoisted onto a changing bed. Lack of private areas for enteral administation of medication. Long queues



March 2019 - Primary School




March 2019 - Primary School
We had not been informed that the giraffes, large sea otter and gorillas would be inside where we could not see them. Also, that the Castle play structure and the train were closed for refurbishment.



December 2018 - Secondary School
The Festival of Lights was stunning. In November lights go on at 4.30, then at 4 in December. There is a different theme each year. The safari element and the smaller areas to visit the animals were all very good. Students enjoyed the river cruise and feeding the sea lions. They felt that food served in the cafe, however, was overpriced and of poor quality. If we were to do this trip in future, I would advise students to take their own packed lunch or we would stop somewhere en route which was better value for money.



October 2018 - Secondary School
Great facilities for students, a safe environment



July 2018 - Secondary School
Next year, book guided tour for 11am, not 1030am.



June 2018 - Secondary School




May 2018 - Primary School