Your December/January edition is all about looking ahead. We feature plenty of inspiration for 2021 visits and focus on how learning outside the classroom can help promote positive mental health and wellbeing.
You will find out who the 2020/21 School Trip Champion finalists are (voting is open now) and we feature more of your own school trip memories and experiences.There is also a look at what's being done to ensure you are covered for future bookings as well as updates from across the sector, plus much more!
School Travel Awards 2020/21
There is still time for teachers and educational visit coordinators to tell us who you think should win the School Trip Champion Award.
For more details on the awards initiative, and how to vote for the winner of the School Trip Champion, visit our dedicated microsite.
Meet four people who really embrace the power of school trips - then vote for your winner.
The ‘My Best School Trip Award’ recognises outstanding school trips that give children a rich and rewarding experience, achieve a range of objectives and help embed learning back in school.
Bohunt Education Trust took 12 students on a trip of a lifetime to scale a summit of more than 6000m in the Himalayas, as part of its annual Big Expedition trip.Read more
Mark Castle, chief executive of the Field Studies Council, expands on his own childhood trip to the Mull of Galloway in Scotland.
We hear from Clare French, headteacher of Kendall CE Primary School in Colchester, about her residential visit to Wicken House when she was a youngster and why it had such a long-lasting impact.