The first cross-trust school trip took place just before half term, with pupils from Malet Lambert, Driffield and South Hunsley heading to Manchester for the day.
Year 7 pupils were given the chance to visit the Etihad Stadium - home to Manchester City - for a site tour and to watch them play Barnsley at home.
Almost 90 pupils travelled across to Lancashire along with nine members of staff for the special trip.
Mr Robinson, Head of House for Chevron, was chaperoning the trip and helped to organise it.
He feels the pupils got a lot out of the visit.
He said, “We offered it to Year 7 pupils who had shown commitment at our weekly training club.
“Not everyone who trains with us is part of the school football teams, but all of them show passion for the sport and enjoy playing.
“Manchester City offered a great package for pupils to view the facilities at the stadium, plus watching a home game and they were all so excited to go.
“A couple of pupils are Manchester City supporters and one even has a season ticket.”
Pupils and staff were taken on a tour of the stadium and hospitality facilities, followed by the press area and dugout.
They then headed over to the 3G pitch where the team trains during the week.
It had been set up as an interactive games zone for children, so pupils could play supersize darts, inflatable football or participate in matches run by the team coaches.
On display were the three big trophies won by Manchester City that visitors could have their photo taken with.
After this, the group had prime seats to watch City beat Barnsley 5-0, much to the delight of some of Malet’s own Manchester City fans.
Mr Robinson said, “Some of the pupils who came on the trip were wearing their Manchester City tops because they are huge supporters, so they were delighted to be able to watch a match with their friends and see them win.
“Behaviour throughout the trip was superb and we all had a fantastic experience at the Etihad.
“All pupils enjoyed their time there and it was great to share that with other Trust schools too.”