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1. Step Back in Time with Your Class in Stratford at Mary Arden's Farm
June 11, 2018

UK study tours are at their most effective when they can bring an element of studies alive for students in a way they have not previously seen. At Mary Arden’s Farm, in Stratford, your pupils can see how ordinary people lived and farmed in rural Tudor England in an experience that will capture their imaginations forever. Not Quite Mary Arden’s Farm Bizarrely, the traditional Tudor farm that students get to visit, with its authentic decoration and artefacts, isn’t actually Shakespeare’s mother’s farm - it is a building known as Palmer’s Farmhouse. Mary Arden (Shakespeare’s mother) act... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

2. Feel the Beat of Liverpool on a Music-Themed School Trip
June 11, 2018

For many of the older generation, the image of Liverpool will be forever linked to the city’s most famous musical export: The Beatles. But the majority of younger children have no idea of the impact the Fab Four had on the city. Long before One Direction or Little Mix came The Beatles, and learning about the world’s first ‘super-group’ is a great way for teachers planningUK study tours to introduce their pupils to the culture and history of Liverpool. From music, history and media students to younger primary school pupils, there is so much to discover in the city about the Fab Four and ho... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

3. Primary School Trip Ideas for Your Class: Bristol Aquarium
May 18, 2018

Class outings are very exciting for both the pupils and teachers in primary school. Trips to various sites and museums are met with a sense of wonder and genuine curiosity by young students eager to learn. One of the most fascinating and popular places to visit in the UK is the Bristol Aquarium. The facility is packed with interesting exhibits and the staff are passionate about sharing their knowledge of all living things, above and below the water, with you and your class. Bristol Aquarium The Bristol Aquarium is a nicely sized facility to visit with a class from a primary school. T... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

4. Why Warwick Castle is a Top Location for School History Visits
May 18, 2018

With so much fascinating history and heritage here in the UK, study tours based on home soil have the potential to be both inspiring and educational. Warwick Castleis one of the most popular venues for UK study tours and, considering the stunning interiors, pretty gardens andincredible range of displays and activities, it’s certainly not surprising. If you want to make history evenmore appealing to your pupils, take it outside the classroom and head to Warwick Castle, to guarantee your students a day to remember. Below are just some of the highlights. Horrible Histories Maze ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

5. Normandy's Top WW2 Attractions for Educational Visits
May 14, 2018

There comes a point every term where burnout seems to settle in equally for both teachers and pupils. Although it cannot be used frequently, teachers do have the ultimate weapon in their arsenal that can instantly capture even the most wandering minds; the class trip that gets everyone out of school! Residential trips in particular create quite a stir among students and that excitement can be the key to your and their success. Travel Abroad One of the most rewarding and impactful class excursions is one to when your group is studying World War II in school. Residential trips are the ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

6. Discover Bram Stoker's Whitby on UK Study Tours in Yorkshire
May 14, 2018

For teachers introducing their pupils to Gothic literature on UK study tours, a visit to the town of Whitby on the North Yorkshire coast is a must. The setting for one of literature’s most famous Gothic novels, Whitby was the town Bram Stoker chose in which to bring his Transylvanian Count on to English soil. Students who have read the opening chapter of Stoker’s Dracula will thrill at the many sights described in the novel which remain unchanged today. Stoker’s Inspiration The writer (then a theatrical agent) visited Whitby in 1890 for a family holiday. He arrived a week befor... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

7. End Your Term With the Ultimate Treat: A Theme Park Trip
May 09, 2018

When a class or year group has really come together and worked well then there is no better way to reward them than with a great selection of end of year school trips. But there is one day out that I’ve found gets your students’ excitement levels soaring more than any other, and that’s a day in a theme park. Whether you choose one of the excellent UK theme parks or take your pupils further afield to try out some of the continent’s great range of entertainment spaces, the kids are guaranteed to have a good time. Learning While You Play Many teachers believe that theme parks are just a... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

8. Geography Lessons in Iceland: Spectacular School Trip
May 09, 2018

Geography is a thrilling and fascinating subject, but it is best taught out in the world rather than just the classroom. Geography school trips are a fantastic way to show your pupils what you are teaching in a real-world environment; this is how you can ignite a passion for the subject in young minds. If you are looking to dazzle your class with a valuable learning experience, an Iceland school trip is a superb idea as this amazing country is home to volcanoes, waterfalls, glaciers and thermal pools, and allows the class to see and touch what they are learning about. Climate Change ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

9. School Trip Ideas: the Top Dinosaur Learning Opportunities in the UK
April 24, 2018

The majority of pupils find discovering the prehistoric world of dinosaurs and fossils to be completely fascinating – and it is easy to see why! Fortunately, you do not have to orga-nise an overseas school trip to reveal this world to your students. There are a number of excellent museum-based tours and coastal excursions right here in the UK that will allow your students to unearth fossils and examine real skeletons of the astonishing beasts that once roamed the planet. Here are a few school trip ideas that will help to bring your classroom lessons to life for this brilliant topic. Nati... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

10. Florence: An Art Student's Paradise
April 18, 2018

Florence is an art hub, offering a variety of impressive galleries. For those studying art and design, an educational visit to the Italian city can offer not only inspiration but also a better understanding of the subject. If you are planning on taking your pupils to Florence, these galleries and museums cannot be missed. Uffizi Gallery Before even beginning to admire the art housed inside the Uffizi Gallery, students will be blown away by the building itself. The architect, Giorgio Vasari, incorporated elaborate details throughout this impressive Renaissance building. The art colle... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

11. A Delicious Education in Chocolate at Cologne's Lindt Museum
April 18, 2018

Who says educational visits can’t include chocolate? Certainly not Hans Imhoff, the legendary chocolate maker who set up Cologne’s Chocolate Museum to inform the public about the history, cocoa cultivation and production process that goes into making the sweet treat. A visit to the museum is more than an excuse for your pupils to gorge themselves. The building in which the museum is housed is a triumph of modern architecture on Cologne’s shoreline. Combining old and new, a former customs office has been converted to house the exhibition, and a new ship-shaped glass construct has been adde... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

12. Take Your Performing Arts Group to Disneyland® Paris
March 26, 2018

As a performing arts teacher, it’s wonderful to inspire your pupils by taking them on school trips to see professional productions, but imagine how much more inspiring it would be to take them on a residential trip where they are the stars of the show! As part of the Disney® Performing Arts Programme, your students will have the opportunity to appear on stage in the world-famous Disneyland® Paris theme park. Take to the Stage As part of a three-day theatrical adventure, your group will travel to France, stay in a Disney®-partnered hotel and enjoy two full days in the Disneyland® Park... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

13. Things to think of when purchasing a hunting scope
March 24, 2018

Things to think of when purchasing a hunting scope There are many different aspects of a hunter’s rifle scope that need to be considered like why you need a scope, the cost, eye relief, reticles, adjustment, and exit pupils. Take the time to consider these factors when purchasing your rifle scope to ensure that you are getting the best scope for you. It's not unusual for rifles and shotguns to seem like they are missing something without hunting scopes. The main idea for a scope on a rifle is that it makes it easier to hit your target, when the target is far away. Iron sights usually come... (read more)

Author: Holly Brice

14. Explore the Rainforest with Your Class... In Cornwall!
March 22, 2018

There are few topics as fascinating and fun for young minds than rainforests, but it is also a topic that you want to see firsthand to truly get to grips with. Fortunately, you do not have to whisk your class halfway around the world to the Amazon to do this thanks to the fantastic Eden Project in Cornwall. This is one of the best places for educational visits in the UK and is suitable for both primary school and secondary school students. Inside the iconic biomes, pupils can find an astonishing variety of plants collected from a wide range of environments and climates. In addition to thi... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

15. Educational Visits to the European Parliament: What to Expect
March 22, 2018

Brussels is a fantastic place to take enthusiastic pupils as it is a historic, beautiful and politically important city. As the home of the European Parliament, Brussels is the ad-ministrative capital of the EU. This makes it a superb place to take politics and history students (although educational visits here can be highly-valuable for all young minds). The European Parliament is a brilliant place to visit with students as there are many educational and exciting experiences that will inspire pupils and help with teaching back in the classroom. Here is what you can expect on educational ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

16. A School Ski Trip in Marmot Basin
March 22, 2018

A school ski trip is a terrific way to reward pupils, encourage them to bond outside the classroom and show them the great beauty of the world. Additionally, these trips can be valuable experiences that teach them a host of important life lessons, as well as provide them with plenty of exercise and fresh air. There are many great destinations to choose from, but Marmot Basin in the stunning Canadian Rockies is particularly good for a school trip. Here is what you can expect at this beautiful, fun and friendly resort. The Skiing When travelling with a large group, it is importan... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

17. Inspire Tomorrow's Entrepreneurs with an Educational Trip to London
March 20, 2018

Looking to inspire your business studies class and show them that your teachings apply directly to the real world? A trip to the Capital is a fantastic way to expose pupils to the fast-paced, high-flying corporate world, as London is the financial epicentre of the UK and a key player in the global business market. An educational trip to London can provide invaluable insights into how successful busi-nesses operate and bring the curriculum of your class to life. If you’re looking for inspira-tion, here are a few of the most valuable London-based institutions to take students to on an educa... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

18. Bring the Bard to Life on a School Trip to Stratford
March 19, 2018

One of the hardest challenges in teaching Shakespeare to modern school children can be to make them see past the playwright’s legendary status and to understand that he was an ordinary man writing about the world around him. On a school trip to Stratford, your pupils will have a chance to see the domestic life the young Shakespeare would have lived, with all its similarities and differences to their own. Bringing Shakespeare off the page and into the real world can be a fantastic way to break down the perceived barrier of time and language and to help pupils see his plays and sonnets in a... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

19. Matters Which Make NICET Examination questions Effortless and Uncomplicated
February 28, 2018

Even the National Institute for Certification in Engineering systems and also perhaps the NICET assessments is among these exams held at the USA which helps pupils out in addition to knowledgeable engineers at gaining great rankings inside their own offices. It really is that evaluation that her or all and every every single engineer will would like to clean since really a brilliant future is anticipating him. If you're some of the students that intend to simply take this up exam and also be NICET accredited afterward this little article can aid you lots. 3 measures of getting high mark... (read more)

Author: Mark Well

20. Treat Students to a Superb School Ski Trip to Obertauern
February 23, 2018

A school ski trip is a wonderful idea for any teacher looking to reward their pupils whilst also providing a valuable experience. There are many important life lessons and skills that one can learn on the mountain, plus the exercise and fresh air can do wonders for your students’ mental and physical well-being. It is important to pick the right resort when you are searching on behalf a large group of students: I am confident that Obertauern In Austria is a great choice. Here are just a few of the reasons why the resort is perfect for a fun, valuable and memorable school ski trip. Ski... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

21. Unique Learning Experiences at London Zoo
February 22, 2018

London Zoo school trips can be fantastic fun for pupils and a great way to reward their hard work, but these trips can also be highly valuable in terms of teaching them about wildlife and conservation. This is particularly true when you arrange for them to stay overnight in the BUGS (Biodiversity Underpinning Global Survival) house. This very spe-cial sleepover allows pupils to explore the environment after hours and provides them with an insight into what they can do to protect the planet, the challenges that animals currently face and the value of conservation. These important lessons will e... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

22. Inspire & Educate Pupils with Bespoke School Trips
February 22, 2018

School trips can be immensely valuable learning experiences for students of all ages and are a terrific way to reward pupils for their hard work. They can also be daunting to arrange for teachers, particularly when it is a large group. Not all off-the-shelf packages are suitable, yet tailoring an excursion to your own specific needs can be stressful and filled with hurdles. The School Travel Company has expertise in producing bespoke itineraries to take the stress out of arranging these outings and ensure that it is a fun, valuable and memorable venture for both pupils and teachers. ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

23. Poppies and Poetry: A Residential Trip to Ypres
February 12, 2018

For young learners, going beyond the classroom to explore the sites where history was forged during WWI takes curricular learning to an elevated level, and brings the events of the past into sharp focus. Secondary teachers looking for a way to inspire pupils to a greater understanding of wartime in the context of local and global history should consider a school trip to Ypres, in the Belgian province of Flanders, where so many of the most significant battles of WWI unfolded. In Flanders Fields Museum The most important educational resource in the region is the outstanding In Flande... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

24. Looking for a School Ski Trip Destination? Try Andorra
February 08, 2018

Looking to treat your pupils to an unforgettable trip? Look no further than school ski trips, which are a superb way to reward students for hard work. These trips are fantastic fun, as they encourage the group to spend quality time together and visit unique and beautiful parts of the world. Skiing is also an excellent form of exercise, and very different from anything that may have been covered in P.E.! In addition to this, skiing is a brilliant way to develop a range of important skills: patience, perseverance, confidence and coordination are just a few. There are many wonderful places t... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

25. What the Dickens? A School Trip to London for English Students
February 08, 2018

The writings of Charles Dickens have a justifiably important place in the English curriculum. Educational visits which include a trip to the house in which he lived and worked will be a useful tool for breathing life into his words for modern pupils. The Charles Dickens Museum, in London’s literary Bloomsbury area, will not only give students a fascinating glimpse into the writer’s personal world, but into the Victorian era in which he lived. A Victorian Home There are so many literary sites for educational visits in London that it can be hard for teachers to decide which to focus on... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

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