The Hayesbrook School in Kent head to Bore Place.
It was over a year in the making but Didcot Girls Schools’ European choir trip was an incredible success.
Our Lady’s Catholic High School in Preston sent a group of Year 9 pupils on a residential to the Outward Bound Trust’s outdoor education centre.
Oaker Wood is a highlight for Year 6 at the Wyche CE Primary School in Malvern.
Hunting a woolly mammoth, foraging for food and building a shelter were part of an engaging day out that transported a group of pupils back to the Stone Age.
Fresh air, team activities and exposure to the working world made for a trip to remember for 39 pupils from Flora Gardens Primary School in London.
A “wild camp”, cooking over fire, using axes to chop wood and a veto on mobile phones, enabled a group of students to connect with nature and each other.
Earlier this summer, a group of Year 10 students from Charters School visited Montpellier on one of Halsbury Travel’s Language Study Tours. Their teacher, Laura Stock, reports back on the experience.
Christ the King College has always had a global outlook and offers a range of trips and exchanges including Spanish, French and Norwegian exchanges, trips to Italy, Greece and Poland.
The learning objectives for the trip were to learn and practice speaking Spanish in an authentic setting, to improve confidence in spoken Spanish, as well as to get a better understanding of Spanish life, culture, History and Geography.
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