M7 Education Free School Trips

Curriculum-based experiences for schools with a high proportion of Pupil Premium children

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The ultimate aim of the M7E is to create a more level playing field within education

One educational experience can change a child’s entire perspective and research shows that experiences outside of the classroom are the most likely to have a positive impact. This could range from getting more girls into STEM from an early age or introducing any child to a world of art that inspires them to delve deeper into the subject.

Recently, funding for Pupil Premium children has been allocated into other areas of the education system and these experiences are overlooked, especially in struggling schools. Filling this gap is vital to the understanding of the curriculum and M7E believe that no child should miss out on this due to their socio-economic background or cuts made by the school that they are learning in.

M7E provides free, curriculum-based experiences for schools with a high proportion of Pupil Premium children. Each trip will be led by the school but based outside of the classroom and fully funded by M7E. Time is a valuable asset for all teachers, so in order to maximise this, all planning and collateral for the trips will be completed by M7E so that they can continue to use their time planning and teaching outstanding lessons.

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Every adult remembers at least one school trip and the feeling and confidence it gave them in that specific field of study, with some even creating careers out of that one experience. Every child deserves this chance to unlock their potential and open up as many opportunities as possible. If you agree with this idea and that your students would increase their in-class learning with an out of class experience then please do get in touch and hopefully, together, we can inspire the next generation of students to go on achieve their full potential.

Plan My School Trip is happy to endorse M7E and assist them with the planning of their school trips and also introduce them to schools who are most at need through our website.

We also believe that every child benefits from learning outside the classroom and we have developed this page to help promote them and give teachers an opportunity to get funding for their schools trips.

If you are a school with a high % of pupil premium in your class please fill in the short purple form on this page, letting us know a little bit more about what topic you are studying and we can literally do the rest for you.



Examples of trips we could help fund

Discover ideas from a range of curriculum themed trips...




Meet the people of power in our portrait collection and play the giant boardgame of 17th century life! Take a chance and navigate through the various tensions, divisions and debates of Restoration England to bring peace and plenty to the nation. ...

KS3 – Picking up the pieces: Restoration England



Business Studies learning outside the classroom on the Isle of Wight Home to a plethora of businesses, large and small, servicing the Island's tourism economy as well as international aerospace, technology and manufacturing organisations. Education ...

Business Studies



Back in time, learn about Stone Age man, Try lighting a fire if you think you can, Building your own shelter..in LOPC wood, Fire-pit charcoal, draw caveman good. Test your skill with an Archers sight. Go home with knowledge from our StoneAge s...

Stone Age School Trip



Step back into Ancient Britain at Celtic Harmony Camp, the UK’s largest reconstructed Iron Age settlement near Hertford. With a host of themed Prehistory educational visits from Stone Age to Iron Age, your class will be immersed in ancient Britain....

Stone Age Day



Inspire your students with a visit to Conisbrough Castle, a symbol of power and wealth built by the Warenne family after the Norman Conquest, with 850 years of history to discover. ...

Conisbrough Castle



Using interactive and hands-on outdoor activities, costumes and reconstructed artefacts, we provide a unique educational experience of Prehistoric Britain which will inspire both pupils and teachers! ...

Prehistoric Britain



Step back in time to the Norman Conquest and bring the curriculum to life at 1066 Battle of Hastings, Abbey and Battlefield. Learn about the most famous date in English history while walking in the footsteps of King Harold and William the Conqueror. ...

1066 Battle of Hastings, Abbey and Battlefield



Let us come to you. Looking to organise a school activity or team building day but worrying about expensive coach hire and the stresses of organising it? ...

Activities at Your Place



Lullingstone Roman Villa provides a hands-on insight into the lives of the Romans living there and brings the curriculum to life in a fun and engaging way. Lullingstone is amongst the most outstanding Roman villa survivals in Britain. ...

Lullingstone Roman Villa



Discover the life of the Charterhouse monastery and the impact Henry VIII had on the monks who lived here. It then became a Tudor mansion so you can learn all about Tudor homes and lives. ...

KS2 – Hand on Tudors



Sustainability in action! Come and visit us for a day or more to learn all about looking after the planet in our beautiful 55 acre woodland site nettled in stunning the South Downs National Park. Packed with hands on activities for all ages. ...

The Sustainability Centre



At the heart of Bristol’s historic Floating Harbour, Underfall Yard is a fascinating working boatyard and heritage site which offers a comprehensive education programme that includes History, Science and Geography. ...

STEM and History Trips

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