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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M7E may be able to organise and fund your trip!

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...

Bring history to life with a visit to Conisbrough Castle, a 12th century castle with a 21st century education interpretation! ...

Conisbrough Castle

The Runway Visitor Park at Manchester Airport is a unique and educational experience for all ages and operates educational tours for school groups from Early Years to KS4, as well as out of school groups. ...

Runway Visitor Park

Allow students to unplug and tune in to nature. Let them learn and practice ancestral skills through a range of hands-on bushcraft experiences. Leave walls behind; join us in our stunning Peak District woodland where young minds will be inspired... ...

Woodland Ways Bushcraft Experience Day - Derbyshire

From the 2018/19 academic year, Winchester Science Centre are offering a brand new all-inclusive school trips package, guaranteed to spark curiosity and ignite passion and enthusiasm for science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM). ...

Winchester Science Centre & Planetarium

It's exercise in disguise! Whether it's a one hour reward bounce, or as part of a weekly programme to switch up the PE lesson, we have the skills in house to meet your learning objectives as part of the National Curriculum. ...

Soar Braehead, Glasgow

Our unique education centre leverages the inspirational power of the ExoMars Project. Our school trips - linked to key stages 2 and 3 curriculum - aim to inspire young people to consider a career in science, technology, engineering and maths. ...

Airbus Foundation Discovery Space

A magnificent example of late 12th-century castle. Schools have the freedom to explore the inside of the castle walls through the main gatehouse, the 'wall walk' along the top of the castle, as well as learn about the history from the illustrated dis...

Framlingham Castles

The Mechanical Art & Design Museum, or 'MAD Museum' for short exhibits around 90 interactive pieces of kinetic art and automata made by inventors from all around the world. This is where art meets movement and where engineering has humour. ...

The MAD Museum

Step into the drama of exciting telly as your students learn and experience the television production process from script to screen! ...

Emmerdale Studio Experience

Leeds Castle in Kent offers an exciting range of themed workshops, self-guided visits and fun-packed itineraries ensure your school group will learn that there is so much more to Leeds Castle than history. ...

Leeds Castle

What's the difference between a backswimmer and a water boatman? That's just one of the many questions your class will have answered on a visit to RSPB Sandwell Valley. Children will have a memorable day discovering nature on their doorstep. ...

RSPB Sandwell Valley

The best of the outdoors, indoors! At Twinwoods Adventure we have Indoor Skydiving, Indoor Surfing, Climbing, Shooting, Archery, and Vertigo - a 125ft free fall jump. Our Adventures perfectly compliment STEM subjects, PE, or electives programs. ...

Twinwoods Adventure

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