Hmm. As a recently 'retired' teacher in a secondary school, but initially a primary one, I think this looks like a bit of a nightmare for staff with very limited benefits for the majority of children (age 9?). At one secondary school I taught in in the area we brought in a huge bunch of Year 6s for some sort of international cooking experience and by the end of the day everyone (staff and 6th form helpers) was totally jiggered. Not sure what the children got out of it - most looked rather bemused if not overwhelmed and probably got the impression that secondary school was all about free pizza, daft hats and 13 year olds making out in the corridors.
Do year 5 children really get stressed and worried about moving schools? Or is it their parents? Maybe they
should go in for a day making pizzas and badges and getting lost finding the loos.
I think most children have been to a secondary school at least once by the time they go there. More than I had done - never seen the place till the bus dropped me off on the first day.