Sweet Chariot have over 20 years’ experience in school group tours and trips. Our bespoke tours are fully customisable to match your school’s specific curriculum and requirements.
A School Science trip to Geneva not only gives students a chance to visit the most important scientific laboratory in the world at CERN, but also a chance to learn about information and communication around the world at the ICT Discovery Centre and a tour of the United Nations offices where so many of the world’s most important decisions are made.
Learn about the secrets of the Universe including what it is made of and how it Started at CERN. Your students can experience what it is like to discover some of the most important scientific breakthroughs that have taken place at CERN including discovery of the Higgs Boson Particle and the invention of the internet.
A guided tour of the Palace of Nations, home of the United Nations gives groups the chance to learn about where some of the most important decisions in the world are made from rights and empowerment to advancing disarmament.
The ICT Discovery Centre is the United Nations agency for information and communication. Students will learn about technological innovation form the past 100 years as well as looking at what the future might look like for ICT.
Flight to Geneva
Check in at Hotel
Dinner at local Restaurant
Today you will have a guided tour of UN Headquarters which includes visiting The Council Chamber, The Assembly Hall and learning about the aims and objectives of the UN.
In the afternoon you will visit the International Communications and Technology centre for a guided tour.
Today you will transfer to CERN and spend the morning at the CERN Exhibitions and an Afternoon – 3 hours guided tour
Visit the Patek Philippe museum with a morning guided tour of the museum and jewellery exhibits Afternoon free to explore Geneva.
Transfer to Geneva Airport
Flight back to UK
★★★★★ Luke Cullen, Our Lady and St Edwards Primary School
"We have taken Year 6 children on residentials for the past 12 years and can honestly say we have never been to a better place. The instructors were incredibly patient and pushed the children to achieve things they never thought they could. The accomodation was perfect for staff and children and the food provided was very nice. The range of activities on offer ensured there was something for everyone. "
★★★★★ Matt Coaker, St Werburgh's & St Columba's Catholic Primary School
"I have been coming to Conway with different schools for the last 9 years. Having visited most other providers within a 50 mile radius, I can honestly say that Conway is the best residential outdoor activity experience I have ever had. The quality and variety of activities coupled with highly experienced, caring and nuturing instructors and staff means that our children grow and develop in ways that is not possible in the classroom. I cannot recommendly the centre highly enough and look forward to returning for many, many years!"
★★★★★ Catriona Stewart, Kingsmead Primary School
"We have been coming for a Y5 outdoor and adventurous residential visit since the school opened in 2004. I booked the trip before ordering tables, books or recruiting teachers - it is such an essential part of the school's calendar. The September trip marks pupil's induction into upper Key Stage 2. Teaching is outstanding, resulting in pupils' independence, listening and following instructions practically, collaboration, respect for one another and logical thinking all are enhanced and retained back in school - in and outside the classroom. "
★★★★★ Tamzin harris, Bishop Heber High School
"I have participated on both GCSE and A-Level courses for over 15 years at the Conway Centre which in itself gives a reflection of how highly I regard the experience. The program has exceptionally high standards and aims to provide students with the best possible outcomes to help enrich their portfolios of work.For both staff and students it has proved an enduring and invaluable experience and one the I look forward to attending every year. tamzin harris"
★★★★★ Bryan Graham, Tytherington School
"I've been taking GCSE and A Level Art students to the centre for ten years. The Art courses are very intensive and student outcomes add real value to individual coursework portfolios. To tell you the truth I keep taking groups because it's my best CPD training and has had a significant impacted on my own knowledge and practise. The self contained centre has everything you need for a complete and fulfilling residential experience, plus it's set in the picturesque landscape of the Menai Straits."
★★★★★ Alan Brown, Oldfield Primary School
"I have worked with the Conway Centre for 17 years taking children from two schools. The quality of the residential experience for the children is excellent. The facilities, activities and staff are consistently at a high level, ensuring that every child has a memorable and valuable experience."
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