George Peters, outdoor education and Duke of Edinburgh (DofE) coordinator at Bohunt School Wokingham reports back on the Bronze expedition.
Excite and inspire your pupils with a visit to Kew, the world-leading botanic garden.
For four days in July, 40 students in Years 9 and 10 from Tytherington School live in the historical capital of Germany Berlin. The experience is a collaboration between the Language and History Departments of the school.
Trips outside the classroom can often enhance students’ learning and enjoyment of a subject. Here, we take a look at visits that complement the Key Stage 3 National Curriculum for English in reading, writing and speaking and encourage pupils to develop an interest in the subject.
A pop-up Shakespearean Theatre will make its debut in York this summer, with performances specifically for schools.
Residential organisation, Conway Centres, has revealed images of a recent school trip which took place during the 'beast from the east' as it's becoming known.
The Science Museum in London will be inviting schools to take part in a full day of activities linking to the medical profession this May.
Making a splash - in some cases for the very first time - resulted in a group of Grimsby students returning to the classroom brimming with new-found confidence.
A focus on Warwick Castle's Crime & Punishment workshop for KS 3 pupils that includes a Castle Dungeon experience.
In January, content marketing business the tree joined forces with east London charity Shoreditch Trust to develop a workshop for 14 to 16 year olds. Read more about the process here.
Kenwood House is expanding its education offer from September with a new Discovery Visit based on transatlantic slave trade.
The Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester has this month opened a new exhibition called Wonder Materials: Graphene and Beyond, which will run until 25th June 2017.
The RHS has launched a competition called the Green Plan It Challenge that relates to Science and Citizenship.
Find out more about the Attack & Defence and Crime & Punishment itinerary at Warwick Castle.
Shell has planned a four day festival called Make the Future London, and there are 5,000 tickets available for schools.
A new gallery at the Science Museum will open this December bringing Mathematics to the fore by exploring how mathematicians and their ideas have helped to shape the modern world.