Each new school term we add a range of new articles designed to give teachers and party leaders inspiration for their next school trip. For a range of topic ideas from workshops to overseas tours, check out the articles below.
The Urban Tree Festival is an annual, community celebration of trees, hosted by The Royal Parks
Why the performing arts play such a key role in in-school workshops for primary schools.
How 2022 is shaping up, a new Youth Ambassador and 50% funding for every child on their Sea.Change programme
State-of-the-art multi-purpose planetariums covering a huge variety of subjects including: Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Maths
We are an outdoor education and adventure activities centre, located in the north of the Peak District National Park
Read how Cumulus Outdoors met the challenge of 2021 and their residential programme plans for 2022 and beyond.
WiseUp Team Building bring an extensive range of activity challenge days into schools, colleges and universities across the UK.
Ashleigh Gibbs, Schools, Groups and Development Outreach Coordinator from UKSA talks to us about exciting new changes and what to expect in
The growth of online workshops for school groups and how The Drama Hut are using new technology to deliver exciting content.
With its sandy beaches and lengthy list of exciting activities, the journey begins with a ferry crossing from Portsmouth or Southampton.
The sudents lead the adventure, with teachers encouraged to step back to allow the group to work together to complete the tasks.
Our trips give students the chance to discover a new country, immerse themselves in an unfamiliar culture and contribute to meaningful...
Manor Adventure will begin taking school groups at their new Willersley Castle outdoor pursuits centre after Easter 2022
Inspiring new facilities bring history and nature to life, unlocking stimulating education beyond the confines of the classroom!
Fantastic venue to get your pupils outdoors learning about the countryside, food, farming and the environment
We bring a whole host of specially made activity equipment that allows students to get hands on, stay engaged and want to take part.
StoryBoxAR workshops in schools, bringing topics to life through exciting and immersive storytelling experiences
Choice of hard top or camp with 24/7 pastoral care, unbeatable locations with every part of your stay carefully planned for you.
Mount Cook shares how it has adapted and focused on safety, while still giving young people a great outdoor experience
The Drama Hut are excited to be bringing fun, educational workshops back to schools this autumn, supporting children in their learning
Learn about two new workshops offered as part of KidZania's Educational Visit Programme
We teach our students that when faced with a challenge, it is how they respond to it that matters
Jailhouse Tours life inside a Victorian Prison. Get the low down on crime and punishment, laws and the justice system at jailhouse tours.
New measures at Hampshire Outdoor Centres allowing students to get a taste of outdoor learning in the new academic year.
Walesby Forest 250-acre site in the heart of Sherwood Forest is perfect for school residential stays
How science, maths and art skills can be developed through team work, problem solving and imagination
We believe that everyone should have access to the outdoors to improve mental health, instil a love of our natural environment, and increase
Genuine outdoor activities that have a tangible link to social and academic learning in Wales.
In addition to worksheets and reading, you might be looking for some alternative learning experiences for your children
Bore Place in Kent use the national curriculum to teach school groups about organic farming, food chains and learning outside the classroom.
The STEMdrones workshop gives students an introduction to drones through code and algorithms, and principals in engineering and physics
STEMbotics gives students an introduction to the world of STEM with opportunities to design, build and code their own unique robots
Arvon are passionate about working with schools to create residential creative writing courses.
We ask Spark Languages about the places you can visit, the cultural activities available, and the methods used to help students improve.
Find out how PrimeVR use Virtual Reality in their educational workshops and how you can use it in your classroom.
iFLY's STEM packages get full marks, and for British Science Week, we're offering 15% off the ultimate school trip!
Lee Valley invite you to experience their 10,000 acre classroom and tell us about their new mindfulness nature discovery days programme.
Immersive visits to the fascinating CERN facilities plus the best visits in the region, helping you make the most of your time.
Cumulus Outdoors discuss their new hard top accommodation for 2020 and their exciting residential programmes.
So, you are thinking of a trip to fit in with your science topic: Habitats, the RSPB can help with that.
Exclusive West End Workshops created in partnership with the producers & creative teams behind some of London's greatest productions
Organising a school trip has always been a challenge. Oaker Wood Leisure in Herefordshire give their advice on things to consider.
Nomadic work with local guides with in-depth local knowledge, who provide new and innovative travel ideas and access to local projects.
We talk to Camp Hill their residential activity centre and how they create an all-encompassing programme for every young person
Whether you are organising your first school ski trip or a seasoned party leader we've put together a list of helpful information and advice
Discover how multi-sensory learning experiences at Drayton Manor can benefit your class during a school trip.
Sweet Chariot have taken hundreds of tours to Jersey opening up opportunities for schools with its itineraries.
Compton Verney Art Gallery and Park is a magical treasure trove for your students to plunder
Sealyham encourage students to develop lively enquiring minds, logical thought, communication & team work.
Have you ever considered taking your school skiing under the azure skies of the Italian Dolomites?
Find out how CERN could be the answer to igniting your students' interest in the world of STEM
Historic student study tour to Poland taking in Auschwitz, Krakow and Warsaw. History and culture for GCSE pupils.
Ufton is an innovative charity that aims to change children's lives through challenging and inspirational learning outside the classroom.
Your class can explore climatic-themed glasshouses and 15 acres of landscaped gardens exploring a range of biology and wildlife topics.
Beth, the new education officer at Adam Henson's Cotswold Farm Park, shares exciting changes that are happening at the farm this year.
How a small family run company offering sailing lessons grew into one of Scotland's premier residential activity centres
Let your class climb aboard a real aircraft, whilst learning about the different job roles that help ensure the airport runs smoothly.
At WiseUp, pupils learn and build on a wide variety of personal development skills, including communication, team work and resilience.
WiseUP's mobile team building workshops are designed to address the difficulties of taking groups of students out of school...
UKSA talk about their Skills for Life (S4L) framework measuring personal development whilst on a residential visit at UKSA
The MAD Museum's impact on school groups and the creative way in which they work.
Bespoke hands on school science workshops offer primary school children a creative and immersive learning experience.
Not sure what a clubhotel is? Find out what makes clubhotels a great option for school skiing trips.
Theatre Workshops tell us how delivering workshops into schools has changed over the past 25 yeas.
The exciting new Falconers Quest show compliments Warwick Castle's Medieval History learning workshops for School Groups
We speak with Darren at Atlas Adventure about some of the benefits of taking a trip outside of the standard February Half term.
Learn how a school trip to Shrek's Adventure! can support communication, imagination and social development.
Safe, quiet, great snow conditions - a destination for ski school trips that you probably never thought about? - Switzerland!
Simon at Crosby Lakeside talks to us about using outdoor activities and watersports to help deliver experiential learning environments.
Jess from the Field Studies Council talks to us about the latest exciting new changes and events taking place.
Virtual Reality is changing the way we teach topics like science and history. We interview the UKs leading VR school workshop company.
Learn about some great European STEM trips and how the experience can significantly enhance students' learning beyond the classroom.
Ski Adaptable give us an insight into the key things to consider and what to expect when booking a School Ski Trip for the first time.
Active learning is a great way for students to engage with a specific topic, how does The Drama Hut make sure their workshops deliver this?
Soft skills are important in achieving success in life. Group activities develop social skills, opportunities for wider personal development
Slovenia remains a relatively undiscovered gem of a destination for school groups. Find out what makes it so special.
Find out what makes Iceland so popular and tips on how to get the most out of your Iceland school trip.
Molly at STA Travel guides us through the stages teachers need to go through when booking an overseas trip.
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