Read about our 2022 finalists for this category, which provides an opportunity for schools to win £1,500 towards a future 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.
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.Read more
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.
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. ...Read more
After Walsall Academy in Bloxwich won the ‘My Best School Trip’ Award in 2021, shadow headteacher Jon Clarke put the prize money to good use and ran another successful residential in the Lake District where a group of Year 8 students found a sense of achievement and awe about the ...
We’ve rounded up seven fantastic day trip ideas for schools across England, to help students venture outside the classroom whatever the weather.
Lee Strickland of Cohort St Ives explains the link between water and children’s emotional wellbeing, creative thinking and academic achievements.
From inspiring History sessions to sensory workshops and musical lessons, here are five brilliant school trip ideas for pupils with special educational needs or disabilities (SEND).
Ian Mitchell of Kingswood House School entered his ‘Making of Modern Britain’ trip into the ‘My Best School Trip’ Award and encourages others to follow.