The Council for Learning Outside the Classroom (CLOtC) and the Outdoor Education Advisors Panel (OEAP) have joined together to host the national conference dedicated to learning outside the classroom.
Go Ape is encouraging schools to get creative in and outside the classroom by entering its writing and drawing competition.
Rock UK’s Summit Centre in Wales was officially opened by His Royal Highness, The Prince of Wales.
The literary festival has revealed its line-up for schools, which will consist of storytelling, live performances and workshops.
Keeley Rodgers catches up with Paul Curnow, Form Teacher & Forest School Leader, after he was given the LOtC Inspiring Educator Award for his work.
We hear from Christopher Wharton-Lovett, an outdoor education teacher, about his approach to learning outside the classroom.
Paul Newbold, head of Geography at Bolton School Boys’ Division, talks to STO about school trips to Iceland and the role learning outside the classroom (LOtC) can play in forging pupils’ futures.
Education leader Anita Kerwin-Nye offers advice for teachers planning school trips with mental health and wellbeing in mind.
STO Editor Keeley Rodgers on interviewing the Education Secretary and having your say.
Set over three fully accessible floors, this fascinating museum explores the story of the Pilgrim Fathers and their journey aboard the Mayflower to America in 1620.
Disney’s acclaimed West End musicals offer you the opportunity to give your pupils a truly memorable experience.
Take your students on a school trip to Krakow and begin exploring the city, before taking a guided tour of Auschwitz Birkenau, where over 1.1 million people lost their lives.
Bowood House and Gardens, set within 2,000 acres of Grade I listed ‘Capability’ Brown parkland, has devised a selection of specially-themed tours for pupils.