Featuring plenty of inspiration for visits and a focus on how learning outside the classroom can help promote positive mental health and wellbeing. There is also a look at what's being done to ensure you are covered for future bookings and much more.
Schools will be able to visit the new RHS Hilltop, described as the UK’s first dedicated gardening science hub, which opens to the public at RHS Garden Wisley in Surrey this June.
The learning team at Shakespeare’s Globe in London has said it is hoping to resume limited activity with schools on-site from 12th April onwards.
In the letter sent to the Prime Minister Boris Johnson, outdoor education experts, celebrities and others highlight the serious impact of the pandemic on the industry.
A new at-school programme of activities has been designed by the team at Winchester Science Centre to include explosive demonstrations and different workshops linking to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths).
The Prince of Egypt, a West End musical based on the DreamWorks Animation film, will resume performances at London’s Dominion Theatre this summer, with tickets for school groups available from Monday 6th September.
A new 136-bed accommodation centre has been approved in Cowes on the Isle of Wight, enabling an additional 3,000 children to visit UKSA (United Kingdom Sailing Academy) every year.
Boris Johnson said he “would have thought” that outdoor education should be able to open at the same time as schools return on 8th March.
The School Travel Awards, regarded as a benchmark for the recognition of people, venues and teachers involved with school trips and learning outside the classroom, has confirmed that the awards ceremony will be broadcast on 20th May 2021 at 4.30pm as an online virtual event.