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The YHA has announced it has opened two new hostels in Liverpool and Newcastle, allowing pupils to stay overnight at an affordable price.
Essex Outdoors prides itself on making sure that all its school groups have amazing experiences and develop life-long memories whilst staying at its centres.
You’ve been on a fantastic school trip but back in the classroom it’s soon forgotten…sound familiar? Peter Carne, Learning Away Ambassador, looks at why it’s essential to evaluate your residentials, how to do it, and how you can use your analysis.
The Blenheim Estate has linked up with The Bushcraft Company to offer pupils three to five-day residential camping experiences in Oxfordshire.
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The attraction, inspired by the children’s books of the same name, is planning to open its gates on 18th July in south Cheshire, offering pupils an ‘imaginative and adventurous’ day out.
Pupils can now enter Go Ape’s annual Adventure Stories Competition, which encourages children to get creative and put their skills to the test in a writing and drawing contest, with prizes up for grabs.
Children and teachers can escape the classroom and bring lessons outside with the launch of Zip World’s ‘Gravity in Geography’.
We’re dreaming of far-flung locations as we look at some adventurous overseas trip ideas, for schools planning at least a year in advance.
We’ll be sharing some fantastic school trips that have taken place in recent times to remind us all of their positive impact.
Puy du Fou, the second most-visited amusement park in France, has revealed a new show for 2020.
The move means that Chester-based Galina International Study Tours will be able to offer flights for the first time as part of its school trip packages.
The National Theatre is providing high-quality online recordings of 24 renowned productions, so teachers and pupils can still get their theatre fix while at home.
Schools now have until 31st October to see The Prince of Egypt at London’s Dominion Theatre, which has extended its run by seven weeks with 100,000 new tickets on sale.
Gulliver’s Valley Resort is due to open this spring, with the team now taking bookings for school sleepovers at the new theme park based in south Yorkshire.
Science in the Park is taking place on Friday 6th March 2020, during British Science Week.
School groups will be welcome at the new Tornado Springs, a themed American 1950s town, due to open in May 2020 - with free tickets up for grabs.
The theme park in Staffordshire has revealed that it will be opening a new attraction – its dungeons – and with it an educational History session for schools.