There’s no better way to bring history to life for your class than by heading away from the classroom. And with so many places to choose from in the UK, we’re spoilt for choice. Here are just a handful of English Heritage attractions for starters.
To commemorate the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, we’ve selected five school trips to help students understand how the Holocaust affected so many lives during World War Two.
Based at FSC Millport on the Isle of Cumbrae in Scotland, the latest course from the Field Studies Council is aimed at pupils in higher education.
Aerospace Bristol has been awarded UK Space Agency funding to give visiting schools the opportunity of creating their own Mars rover vehicles.
Paignton Zoo and Living Coasts are running six new workshops for Key Stages 1-5.
The Emmerdale Studio Experience in Leeds is providing a series of Insight to Industry workshops across the 2019/2020 academic year, to inspire pupils with a career in television and different job opportunities behind-the-scenes.
The National Memorial Arboretum will run a series of Explorer Days across 2019, suitable for Key Stages 1-5.
Some of the places you can take your students to learn lifesaving skills.
The educational visits will see students explore Twickenham Stadium and experience a training session at the Harlequins.
The established Queen Mary University of London has joined forces with this year’s School Travel Awards initiative.
Wild Wookey is a new physical adventure experience, suitable for school groups at Wookey Hole Caves.
A round-up of the best attractions to visit with your class linked to Science.
Teachers will be able to book new workshops and activities as part of a new Learning Programme at the RAF Museum in Colindale, London.
A look at what’s on offer at the capital’s ten top visitor attractions.
In June, the British Academy will open the doors to its historic London building for the first ever Summer Showcase, a free festival of ideas with a dedicated Secondary school day.
The ride, based on the film by the same name, has now opened at the Staffordshire theme park.
Meeting Berber people and hiking were on the agenda for Bridgwater & Taunton College’s visit to Morocco.
Chessington World of Adventures, in Chessington will be adding some new workshops to its offering come 2018, and will see some new animal arrivals.
The Archway Project, which will transform the Roman Baths’ learning offering, has received a grant of £250,000.