A brand new, annual guide from the team at School Travel Organiser, the Learning Outside the Classroom Yearbook will be an essential reference full of great ideas and advice for teachers to plan and deliver successful school trips and residentials.
Available in print and as a digital edition, with the first guide publishing in the autumn, the LOTC Yearbook will feature what schools need to consider, where offers the best outcomes, how to choose the right providers and tips on embedding learning back in the classroom.
With first-hand advice from experienced teachers, there will also be plenty of guidance from experts across the sector.
Whether you’re starting to think about the benefits of educational visits for the first time, or are a seasoned pro, this guide promises to be the go-to publication for school staff looking to plan and manage off-site visits with handy check-lists, procedures and legal responsibilities.
School Travel Organiser publisher, Rob Yandell, said: “We all know that school trips can be life-changing and impact a child’s learning, personal development and relationship-building in ways not possible in a classroom environment.
“With the Learning Outside the Classroom Yearbook, we will be able to go deeper and cover great ideas, practical advice and new types of content in a format that can be used in schools throughout the year as a first-class resource. Going beyond the scope of School Travel Organiser magazine, our aim is to further enhance our portfolio to support teachers and educational visit coordinators.”
How to secure your copy
School Travel Organiser subscribers will automatically receive the Learning Outside the Classroom Yearbook when it publishes in the autumn. Those who opt in to receive ‘New Issue Alert’ emails will also be sent a direct link to the digital edition.
If you do not currently subscribe you can do so by completing this form. Teachers and educational visit coordinators can qualify for a free regular copy of both the magazine and the new yearbook (one print copy per school).
For further details, please contact Ingrid Hansford in our subscriptions and circulation department by calling 01908 613323 or send an email to email@example.com.
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Ivana Perkins and the team are on hand to explain how you can use the LOTC Yearbook and the School Travel Organiser portfolio to market effectively to schools who organise educational visits and residentials. You can telephone Ivana on 01908 613323, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or click here to see the media pack.