A state-of-the-art learning centre is now available for school groups after a £13m redevelopment of Block E at Bletchley Park in Buckinghamshire.
The North Yorkshire Moors Railway (NYMR) is providing free taster visits for teachers for the first time to help them pre-plan their educational visits to the heritage railway.
New Bradwell School visited the Caldecotte Xperience in Milton Keynes for a programme of challenges and activities suited to all abilities, which included crate stacking, canoeing, climbing, abseiling, caving and bush craft.
Rotherham’s Gulliver’s Valley is expanding its educational programme to provide more comprehensive packages for school visits and residential stays.
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The Dudley living history museum has transformed its former admissions building into a dedicated learning centre to be used exclusively by visiting schools.
Here are nine popular overseas locations for schools which cover a wide variety of topics for all ages.
Students can stay at the converted police headquarters in North Yorkshire, reopened by education activity centre provider PGL.
Young V&A, described as the UK’s new national museum designed with and for young people, opens in London this summer with lots for schools to experience.
It’s easy to see why youngsters have been blown away by the robotics workshop at LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort. Launched in March, we found out how it’s bringing coding to life.
Ashley Andrew, Hyundai Motor UK’s president, spoke to us about why they’re investing £1m to get thousands of children on educational visits.
The BBC Earth Experience in London invites pupils to go around the world in an hour, exploring the inhabitants of our seven continents, with the help of Sir David Attenborough.
We focus on Kates Hill Primary School in Dudley and their special programme of trips to the Black Country Living Museum, which uncovered more about their local heroes.