The Museum of London’s learning offer is designed to support GCSE thematic History studies using London’s rich evidence to investigate its history and people.
Using forests and woodland to support GCSE studies, whilst reaping the benefits of connecting your students with nature.
Bletchley Park is a vibrant heritage attraction where school groups can step back in time to experience the stories of the extraordinary achievements of the men and women who worked there.
Drusillas has over 100 species of animal including penguins, monkeys, lemurs, meerkats, sloths, camels and flamingos, as well large play areas, Hello Kitty Secret Garden and a new three ride attraction Go Safari!
Back from a Spanish Language immersion, St Peter’s Catholic High School in Wigan share their experience.
From meeting rare breed farm animals to feeding goats and seeing heritage farm buildings, Sacrewell provides opportunities for learners to discover the countryside in a hands-on fashion.
Shepherd Neame Visitor Centre in Faversham in Kent is now offering educational guided tours of the working Faversham Brewery site for students aged 14 and over.
Camping in tea plantations and travelling in packed buses were among the many experiences that greeted a group of London teenagers during a recent trip to India.
AirKix indoor skydiving company has teamed up with the University of Southampton to create a range of new Physics-linked experiences for schools.
16 year old student Sarah Duff gives her view on a ten-day trip she took to Kenya with school expedition company Africa Adventures.
Last year 31 pupils from Springfield School travelled to Kenya on a School Expeditions trip with African Adventures.