Your October/November edition campaigns to save school trips and outdoor education and features photos and messsages from teachers, providers and TV personalities.
We write about the free 'Get Outside' guide and toolkit plus you'll find some brilliant ideas for day trips, exciting outreach options and virtual experiences for the whole class to enjoy.You'll also find out about two of our fantastic finalists for this year's 'My Best School Trip' Award and much more!
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.
Kingswood is welcoming schools back to its residential centres for day trips, meaning pupils can still get all the benefits of an overnighter in one day.
Teachers, providers, TV personalities and MPs continue to add their voices to the campaigns to #SaveOurSchoolTrips and #saveoutdoored, and we banged the drum through our Oct / Nov edition.
Adventurers Kate Humble and Paul Rose have given their support to school visits as a generation of young people risk missing out on experiences.
Anglia Tours is offering a range of options to help support classroom-based teaching, taking pupils to range of historically significant places across the UK.
Bore Place in Kent, a 500-acre site which includes an organic dairy farm and market gardens, has created a new workshop which aims to help Year 7 pupils when beginning secondary school.
As the US counts down to the general election on 3rd November, teachers can organise virtual trips to Washington DC, the home of American politics.
The UK Outdoors group is writing to Prime Minister Boris Johnson to highlight the impact of the ongoing ban on overnight educational visits.