There are warnings that if proposals to scrap fieldwork from GCSE and A-Level exams for another year go ahead, pupils will miss out on experiences and opportunities.
The first real Tyrannosaurus rex to be displayed in England for more than a century will arrive at Notttingham’s Wollaton Hall Natural History Museum this summer with an exclusive school programme available.
The first school trip since lockdown has taken place on Windermere Lake and surrounding attractions, with pupils enjoying outdoor lessons involving boats, trains and automobiles.
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.
The co-founder of the Eden Project, Sir Tim Smit, talks about the proposal for a GCSE in Natural History and engaging children with the wider world.
A selection of ideas to instil positive mental health and wellbeing among your students at a time when they may need it the most.