School Trips @ Adaptable Travel
Cornwall is famous for its rolling beaches and unique natural beauty making it the perfect picturesque backdrop for any school trip. However, it offers so much more for groups, with an amazing range of curriculum-based visits and some of the most unique and enchanting locations in England.
Students can explore Cornwall's rich and unique mining heritage at visits to the historic tin mines across the jagged coast, and uncover a world of enchanting biodiversity and explore important research projects with visits such as the Eden Project and Padstow village National Lobster Hatchery. Why not let your group unleash their creativity with art workshops and visits to the Museum of the Year Tate Modern St. Ives. Cornwall is the ultimate school trip location allowing students to explore every aspect of the curriculum and engage with topics across a range of subjects, all nestled within the breathtaking scenery.
If your group wishes to extend their adventure or simply explore more of the area then why not venture further afield into the West Country. This extended trip offers a wealth of curriculum activities tailored to science and geography such as Cheddar Gorge and specialist geography tours of the Jurassic Coast, promising to engage and inspire students of all ages!
At Adaptable Travel we create and deliver bespoke education trips to Cornwall, working alongside you, the group leaders to ensure that your students will be engaged and inspired from start to finish. Consulting the current curriculum while developing visits and activities ensures that these are both topical and educationally rewarding for groups as well as enjoyable and exciting.
Why are Adaptable Travel great for School Trips and Educational Visits?
Adaptable Travel has been delivering fantastic and engaging educational trips to groups all over the globe for 25 years. Quality is at the core of Adaptable Travel, ensuring that the process is as smooth as possible from start to finish and that each trip is rewarding and memorable.
Annually we work with over 15,000 students and teachers delivering amazing learning experiences in a range of locations across the world.
What activities are available during group visits?
- Eden Project
- Cheddar Gorge
- Minack Theatre
- Lost Gardens of Heligan
- Lands Ends & Visitor Centre
- Padstow village & National Lobster Hatchery
- St Ives village & Tate Gallery
- Gweek Cornish Seal Sanctuary
- Newquay Zoo
- Heartlands World Heritage Mining Centre
What size groups do you cater for?
We work with groups from 15 - 150.
Do you offer on-site classroom facilities?
We strive to work with suppliers and accommodations to ensure that these facilities are available where possible, if you have any requirements please get in touch to see how we can help.
Is there first aid on site?
All of our trips are guaranteed cover by our externally verified Safety Management System and we work with many suppliers who are First Aid trained.
Do you offer access for visitors with disabilities?
We can cater to the needs of individual groups if you have some requirements you wish to discuss, please get in touch and we will be happy to help in any way we can.
Do you cater for visitors with Special Educational Needs (SEN)?
Of course! We work with educators who specialise in SEN provision, please contact us to discuss your requirements and we will be happy to assist.
We are committed to providing a quality experience from quote to travel and offer a range of support to ensure that this is achieved. Additional support from the Vamoos App means group leaders will have access to paperwork such as travel documents, meal vouchers, maps and even local weather using their smartphone or tablet.
Peace of mind comes as standard with all of our tours, leaving you the group leader reassured that your students will be safe, inspired and engaged throughout the whole trip. If anything should occur, you will also have access to our emergency out of hours contact number, where we will be on hand to help.
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