Your December/January edition is all about looking ahead. We feature plenty of inspiration for 2021 visits and focus on how learning outside the classroom can help promote positive mental health and wellbeing.
You will find out who the 2020/21 School Trip Champion finalists are (voting is open now) and we feature more of your own school trip memories and experiences.There is also a look at what's being done to ensure you are covered for future bookings as well as updates from across the sector, plus much more!
Language travel provider, Voyager School Travel, has launched a live language experience for students who missed out on their French trip due to Covid-19 - a virtual escape room game called Asteroid Alert.
Teachers, parents and people from across the outdoor education sector are being encouraged to ask their local MPs to help back the campaign to save the sector.
The British Pantomime Academy is aiming to take its Cinderella and Aladdin shows on the road to schools this December, in a bid to give young people a “rewarding, fun and engaging experience”.
The Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (WWT) will offer schools new sessions linking to climate change and plastic pollution at a variety of its centres across the UK for future visits.
The new multi-million-pound land created by children, LEGO® MYTHICA: World of Mythical Creatures, will feature new rides at LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort, opening next spring.
The Field Studies Council (FSC) has said that thousands of students could become part of a lost generation of learners unless England and Wales follow Scotland’s lead in financially supporting outdoor learning centres.
The #saveoutdoored campaign is being supported across the UK as centres come together to highlight the plight of the sector.
The Ocean Conservation Trust, which runs the National Marine Aquarium in Plymouth, has released downloadable lessons and virtual tours, using the ocean as a hook for teachers to deliver all subjects of the curriculum.