Egyptian School Trips
Ufton Court provide history and outdoor learning school trips for Schools across the South East.
Based in and around a Grade 1 Elizabethan Manor House, our school trips are set within 16 acres of historical grounds and woodland. The rich environment combined with specialist teachers enable Ufton Court to offer a unique approach to education, teaching children in new and imaginative ways which enrich their learning and their lives. At Ufton Court the emphasis is on hands on, creative and interactive learning.
Our aim is to inspire your class to develop a passion for history and the outdoors. We understand that all schools are different and so our learning style is very flexible and our teachers work hard to provide schools with individual programmes that meet their needs.
Our schools get sole use of their residential sites at night, whether it is our beautiful Manor House or our cosy woodland cabins. We also offer day visits and can run workshops in your school.
Why are Ufton Court great for School Trips and Educational Visits?
Your group will be put into character from the moment they step off of the coach at Ufton Court. They will learn all about Egyptian culture from the skills they needed for survival, to the games they played to relax and let off steam. Discover Egyptian ingenuity and beliefs, whilst developing knowledge about the trials of living and dying in Egypt.
All Egyptian residential visits will include an Egyptian banquet where the children can dress in costume and understand why Egyptians held feasts.
What activities are available during group visits?
Understand Shadoof building and why farming was difficult in Ancient Egypt.
Experience elements of Egyptian culture through the embalming and mummification process.
What size groups do you cater for?
Is there first aid on site?
Yes, all our teachers are first aid qualified. However, all schools are expected to bring a first aid trained member of staff to administer first aid to their pupils.
Do you offer access for visitors with disabilities?
Yes, we have disabled facilities in the house, tithe barn and cabin site, including a fully equipped disabled cabin and bathroom.
Do you cater for visitors with Special Educational Needs (SEN)?
Need more inspiration?
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