The British Motor Museum has opened a learning and education space for school groups to use on a visit to the Warwickshire museum, which includes two on-site classrooms.
Yandell Publishing has announced that School Travel Organiser magazine will increase its publishing schedule up to five editions in 2024, plus the annual Learning Outside the Classroom Yearbook.
Schools from across the country have been visiting Number 10 Downing Street to take part in a range of activities with the Prime Minister’s wife Akshata Murty.
Outdoor adventure centre provider PGL will launch a Breakthrough Fund to give pupils the chance to benefit from residential outdoor learning trips, irrespective of their financial situation.
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Schools can enhance their visit to Westminster Abbey with one of four downloadable educational trails, launched by the learning team to highlight key sites throughout the historic venue.
The report suggests that practical fieldwork skills that pupils learn during outdoor learning experiences greatly improve their geography studies, with more young people than before choosing the subject for their GCSEs and beyond.
The 2024 edition of the Learning Outside the Classroom Yearbook covers school trip organising from start to finish, helping teachers and EVCs plan effective and memorable experiences for their pupils
Chief executive of Yandell Media Group, which publishes School Travel Organiser, was presented with his MBE by HRH The Princess Royal at an investiture ceremony held at Buckingham Palace on 2nd November.
Balancing the benefits of overseas educational visits with the cost, EVOLVE Advice’s Jake Wiid outlines why school trips abroad are so important.
The Theatre for Every Child campaign, launched by the Society of London Theatre and UK Theatre, believes all children have the right to experience the country’s world-leading theatre sector.
A new Teacher Art Pass has been launched by the Art Fund charity giving free entry to hundreds of museums, galleries and historical houses.
The Duke of Gloucester has opened a new garden at the Hampshire-based open air museum, offering school groups a further glimpse into Roman life.
We hear from Hammersmith Academy about their transformative Key Stage 3 Outward Bound residential in the Lake District.
Almost 2,000 pupils enjoyed special access to Buckingham Palace after doors were kept open exclusively for school groups during the very first Schools Week.