Bookings with 1st deposits paid between the 1st April 2021 - 31st August 2021 will be covered by Equity’s Covid Guarantee meaning:
You have the flexibility to move your schools tour to an alternative date at any time. Where possible Equity will keep the same pricing.*
If your booking needs to be cancelled due to Covid-19 restrictions within 14 days of departure, you will receive a full refund of monies paid.**
Equity’s standard Terms & Conditions still apply such as;
• Bookings cancelled by you 14 days or more prior to departure.
• Refund policy is only applicable to full group booking cancellation and is not applicable to individual passenger cancellations.
Equity booking terms and conditions can be found here.
*Equity will endeavour to move your booking at the same price within the same season but are subject to cost fluctuations such as flight, accommodation and excursion pricing.
**To receive a full refund one or more of the following must apply:
• The Department for Education advises against overnight residential trips to your destination
• Quarantine is required on arrival at destination or on return to the UK
• The UK Government lockdown measures prevent your tour departing as scheduled
• Where government or local legislation is in place that impacts and inhibits the primary reason for your tour
• The Foreign and Commonwealth Development Office (FCDO) advises against all but essential travel
• Equity is unable to operate your trip due to a significant number of planned excursions being closed during your stay.
• The booking’s payment terms have been fully met as outlined in Equity’s terms and conditions.
A full refund will be payable up to 60 days after the date of scheduled departure allowing Equity to obtain refunds from suppliers, such as airlines and accommodation providers.
Equity's Science and Maths trips to Paris allow students to see how what they learn in the classroom can be applied in the real world and what future careers they can choose in mathematics and science.
From the first-class museums and theme parks to the intricate architectural structures, Paris has a wide range of attractions ideally suited to further explore STEM themes.
Calculate how many glass panes in the Louvre pyramid or the speed of the lift in the Montparnasse Tower; at Disneyland Paris students can observe the many rides to enquire about gravity and motion; visit the Cite des Sciences and the Palais de la Découverte (known collectively as the ‘Universcience’) to greater understand science and technology research.
In Paris the possibilities for an educational maths and science trip is enormous. The range of excellent museums will encourage students to see where a career in science or maths can take them.
Here are some suggested excursions for your Maths or Science students:
Cite des Sciences
The biggest science museum in Europe boasts a planetarium, an IMAX theatre, even a submarine! The many exhibits and displays showcase the wonders of the universe and will inspire students to discover more about technology and the world around them.
A perfect place to study geometry and materials science! The iconic landmark, made entirely of wrought iron, towers over the city. Your group can discover more about this feat of engineering, and of course enjoy the spectacular view.
Your students will have great fun while learning about speed and distance, the Laws of Motion and Gravity, and make curriculum connections with maths and science topics while observing the many rides and attractions at this famous theme park.
Palais de la Découverte
Appreciate the historical achievements and modern applications of scientific discovery at this fun and interactive museum. With changing exhibitions covering everything from climate change to chaos theory, this is an essential stop for any science or maths trip.
Montparnasse Tower Observation Deck
Task your students with calculating the speed of Europe's fastest elevator as it whisks you up 196 metres - but they better be quick, the journey lasts only 38 seconds!
National Museum of Natural History
An amazing learning experience awaits at one of the higher education sections of the famous Sorbonne Universities. The many displays cover research from various areas, such as: ecology, evolution, molecular diversity and more.
We have a minimum number of 10 paying passengers but no upper limit. We can split large groups across multiple coaches and hotels as required.
We believe the travel insurance policy we offer is one of the best available.
With prior knowledge to booking we can arrange a tour that takes into consideration any students with disabilities.
There are many more fantastic destinations for your students to discover more about Science and Maths trips with Equity:
- Iceland for geothermal power
- Atomium in Brussels
- CERN in Switzerland
- NASA Space Centre in Florida
- Science Museum in London
- Eurospace Centre in Belgium
Get in touch with us today to start organising your school trip.
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