Schools are invited to book visits to the David Livingstone Birthplace in Scotland, which has had a major transformation.
Grow Wellbeing, a team of forest school leaders, horticulturists, educators and more, has received additional funding to outreach their services so more disadvantaged school children in Liverpool can experience outdoor learning opportunities.
Schools will be able to try out new activities at Green Park Centre in Buckinghamshire which has been added to the Inspiring Learning portfolio.
Including how educational visits can help to re-engage students, an interview with the Eden Project co-founder about a new GCSE subject and the School Travel Awards special.
To find out more and for links to the full ceremony and reaction head to schooltravelorganiser.com/awards.
Some of our readers have been in touch to tell us how they see school visits and learning outside the classroom as key to re-engaging children after the last year.Read more
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