After 33 years at London’s Fortune Theatre, Susan Hill’s haunting tale of The Woman In Black will take to the stage for the final time on 4th March 2023.
The Field Studies Council has launched a Digital Hub to support secondary school teachers and students with the fieldwork element of geography and biology.
Blenheim Palace’s latest school programme offers pupils from Key Stage 1 to 3 the chance to learn about English, history, maths, art and geography in the beautiful setting of Oxfordshire’s UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The new annual guide from the team at School Travel Organiser is full of practical advice, inspiring ideas and plenty of help and support.
Inside your Autumn edition: Benefits of Early Residentials, Getting Parents On Board, New School Year Ideas, School Travel Awards Launch, Most Asked Questions About Trips, and more.
We caught up with Chris Rayner from Colchester Prep and High School about his standout trips and the benefits of an early term residential.
The vital but often unseen role of technicians is explored in the new Technicians: The David Sainsbury Gallery, which is now open at the Science Museum London.
Around 180 schoolchildren learnt about different careers during a trip to Portsmouth International Port including a pilot, Border Force official and Naval officer.
The ground-breaking Generation Green project, launched by YHA to connect young people with nature, has led to the introduction of two experiences which immerse pupils in the natural world.
The education team at the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter in Leavesden, have launched two new on-site lessons which focus on storyboarding and mise-en-scène in film.
Education and travel provider, Voyager School Travel, is offering a French language immersion programme, which will see instructors travel across the Channel to inspire English students.
Aerospace Bristol is aiming to inspire the next generation of STEM workers by launching Engineering Futures, a fundraising campaign to support school trips to the Filton museum.
We hear from Justine Lee, who has extensive experience working in the learning outside the classroom sector, on her experience and recommendations for getting permission from parents.