The Council for Learning Outside the Classroom (CLOtC) has released a further five school trips to be won as part of its 10th anniversary programme.
Each prize has been donated to by LOtC Quality Badge providers, with five schools already scooping up some free school trips last month.
Entries for this round of prizes can be made until 5pm Wednesday 3rd July.
Up to 30 students can make use of one of these free trips, with more to to be announced throughout the year.
What can be won?
Magadalen Environmental Trust: A day of farming and nature-based activities is up for grabs at a working farm on the banks of the Rive Axe in Somerset. Students can explore 132 acres of farmland either on a day trip, or a one night residential stay.
Craggan Outdoors: The winners will take part in one free activity at the centre in Scotland. If the school wishes to make the trip longer, then the centre is offering further reductions.
Warwick Castle: Your school group will make use of a history tour around the castle during your vist. The fort has stood for around 11 centuries and there is much to see.
Dudley Canal & Tunnel Trust: Here you will travel underground into the limestone mines and caverns on a tour, learning about the history of the Black Country. The winning school will have a 45 minute trip as well as an educational workshop of their choice.
Cumulus Outdoors: A three day costal residential trip can be won in Dorset, encouraging students to enjoy a three day programme of outdoor activities.
For more information and to enter the competition, visit www.lotc.org.uk/competition
The Council for Learning Outside the Classroom is the national charity that campaigns for every child to experience the world beyond the classroom as an essential part of education.
Find out more at www.lotc.org.uk.