The winners have been revealed for 2019/20… find out who, what and where has been recognised.
Schools visiting the castle in Kent will be able to explore the site’s past through the help of handy multimedia guides, exploring some of its key features.
In the latest issue you'll find the best theatre trips & workshops, advice on getting the trip that you've paid for, ideas for Maths outside the classroom, all the School Travel Awards finalists plus much more!
Teacher John Dabell shares his thoughts on why every school should appoint an EVC and what their role is.
Presenter, writer and naturalist Kate Humble has spoken about the importance of getting kids outdoors on school trips.
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The team at Lincoln Cathedral have invited educators to learn about its upcoming opportunities for schools at a free event.
The Monument to the Great Fire of London will host a range of activities across the 2019-2020 academic term, covering a different subjects to get children thinking about the historic disaster in the capital.
Victorian buildings near the site of the Roman Baths will undergo a major regeneration over the next year to be transformed into a Clore Learning Centre for the Roman Baths and a World Heritage Centre for the city.
Walmer Castle and Gardens in Kent has opened a new learning centre - the first new substantial building at the castle for 145 years, giving schools a base from which to explore its historic grounds.
English Heritage volunteers are reconstructing a Bronze Age roundhouse at Beeston Castle in Cheshire, to educate visiting schools on life from the era.
Drusillas has over 100 species of animal including penguins, monkeys, lemurs, meerkats, sloths, camels and flamingos, as well large play areas, Hello Kitty Secret Garden and a new three ride attraction Go Safari!
National Justice Museum Education delivers inspiring educational visits in the north west, working in partnership with a variety of inspiring venues including law courts and museums.
Dove Cottage was home to William and Dorothy Wordsworth and is where they wrote their best work, inspired by the beautiful Lake District scenery that surrounded them.
The D.H. Lawrence Birthplace Museum is not only as the birthplace of one of Britain’s most significant writers but also as an authentically restored miners’ house from the late 19th century.