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monday, 27th june 2022

THE 2023 NEW YORK TRIP IS NOW FULLY BOOKED.

PLEASE USE THE BUTTON BELOW TO REGISTER YOUR CHILD ON OUR WAITING LIST.

Click here to add your child to the waiting list 

 We are pleased to announce the launch of the Rivington and Blackrod High School 2023 New York trip.

The trip will take place from 17th - 21st February 2023 for students who will be in our Year 11 and Sixth Form cohorts next year.

We’ll be based in a Central Manhattan hotel, and over the course of 4 days students will have the opportunity to take in many of the cities tourist attractions including the Statue of Liberty, Top of the Rock, Broadway and many more. Students will also have the opportunity to look around the famous shops in Soho, visit the famous American Museum of Natural History, take a stroll through Central Park and soak up the atmosphere in the world’s greatest city.

We have run this trip for the past 10 years, the student’s thoroughly enjoy the experience, and for many it is life changing.

The total cost of the trip is £1245 and includes:

  • Flights from Manchester to New York
  • 23kg baggage allowance
  • 3 nights’ accommodation at the Holiday Inn Express Midtown West on a bed and breakfast basis
  • Coach transport to and from School to the airport
  • Tickets to a Broadway Show
  • Entrance to the American Museum of Natural History
  • Entrance to MOMA
  • Entrance to Top of the Rock
  • 1 x Evening Dinner at Ellen’s Stardust Diner
  • Comprehensive medical and travel insurance
  • Airport taxes

The trip will be launched on ParentPay from 5pm on Wednesday, 29th June 2022.  

We require all payments are made through our online payment portal ParentPay.

 If you require login details please email parentpay@rbhs.co.uk.  Your child’s place is only confirmed on the trip once the initial deposit payment is received through ParentPay.

 Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.

Click here to read the full parental letter >

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