While physical school visits may not be possible, there are plenty of online resources and activities from attractions and providers to help engage children - whether they are back in the classroom or being home-schooled.
We have compiled some of these resources to provide support and inspiration including ideas for when outings can begin again.
We hope these help, whether you are a teacher or parent, to enrich children’s education and help support their wellbeing.
If there are any resources you would recommend to others please get in touch with us at email@example.com
The Natural History Museum has launched its #NHMHomeworkClub initiative, which invites children learning at home to join in with weekly educational activities covering different topics.
The UK outdoor education charity, the Field Studies Council (FSC), wants to help with home-schooling for primary pupils and their parents with a new programme of live nature lessons.
With schools and the museum both currently closed, the team have adapted the sessions usually on offer to video format, with accompanying teacher sheets providing ideas to use with their class before and after.
This edition is all about looking ahead. We feature plenty of inspiration for visits and focus on how learning outside the classroom can help promote positive mental health and wellbeing.
You will find out who the 2020/21 School Trip Champion finalists are and we feature more of your own school trip memories and experiences.There is also a look at what's being done to ensure you are covered for future bookings as well as updates from across the sector, plus much more!
The National Theatre has continued its commitment to supporting teachers and young people with digital resources and learning opportunities for this year.Read more