Group usually start at a minimum of 10 with no maximum group size. For primary & middle schools we work on a 1:10 free place for a teacher.
Curriculum Travel will always try to assist to ensure inclusivity on any of our group trips. This is best achieved by discussing any special requirements from the initial inquiry. Sadly not all destinations are currently accessible but we will always advise on suitable alternatives or work arounds.
Curriculum Travel is proud of its history in providing successful and rewarding tours to many groups with SEN needs. The needs of the individual are always taken into consideration
York is located on the confluence of the Rivers Ouse and Foss, in the heart of the Yorkshire regions. The central location of the city allows for groups to not only visit York but places nearby such as Leeds, Scarborough or Whitby. The beautiful historic walled city can easily be accessed by coach or train.
York has an array of attractions covering a variety of subjects and in particular it has a wealth of historical places to explore which cover a large selection of topic areas from the Romans to the Tudors.
Why not let your students become Chocolatiers for the afternoon? Discover Yorks sweet past with a visit to York’s Chocolate Story and learn how the confectionary industry thrived in the city.
If your trip is curriculum-based, one of our tour managers will be happy to discuss your learning objectives with you. We want your group to achieve the best educational benefits from the tour, no matter how many subjects or topics you wish to cover and of course including the fun element.
Cheaper deals will be available for schools that travel within term time and outside of school holidays.
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