Ranging from top workshops and informative exhibitions, to educational shows and interactive exhibits, here are seven ideas for teachers to consider when booking a school trip linking to science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
How local spaces can inspire students away from the desks, the importance of the School Travel Awards and updates you on how the Council for Learning Outside the Classroom’s latest project is going.
A round-up of the great photos sent in from some of your 2022 School Travel Awards winners, who have proudly shown off their trophies and certificates in front of historical landmarks, LEGO® models and even a rhino enclosure.
Experience what it’s like to work behind the scenes on a blockbuster film set, make drugs in a medical laboratory, fix faults atop a wind turbine and more at the Science Museum’s new interactive careers gallery in London.
Escape the everyday with a school trip to Britain’s wildest classroom - Chessington World of Adventures Resort. Watch your students create core memories as they discover, explore, and learn across the theme park and zoo.
What are the essentials you should take on a school trip or residential? Here, teachers have some great suggestions you might not have thought of.Read more
Read about our 2022 finalists for this category, which provides an opportunity for schools to win £1,500 towards a future trip.
School Travel Organiser has partnered with easyfundraising to show schools how to earn free funding through everyday online shopping – money that could be put towards booking a future school trip.
After the winter hibernation, spring delivers the promise of bright new beginnings and an opportunity to embrace the outdoors, says CLOtC’s Emily Carlill.
After presenting the virtual School Travel Awards ceremony last year, Olympic medallist Katharine Merry is looking forward to hosting the ‘real thing’ on 25th May in London. Here Katharine chats to us about her school trip memories and why she’s looking forward to the 2022 ceremony.
Nothing inspires pupils more than stepping away from the classroom to experience times gone by at some of the most historically significant places around Great Britain. Whether it’s wartime visits or Tudor-linked sites, children can get to grips with the past by visiting the rooms that textbooks can only describe. ...
Here are the four individuals who not only help provide amazing school trip experiences, but go the extra mile to embrace and promote learning outside the classroom.