The annual School Travel Awards recognise inspiring people and the best companies, venues and attractions providing school trips. There’s big prizes for schools too.
Organised by School Travel Organiser magazine, this special initiative celebrates learning outside the classroom and raises the profile and importance of school visits.
Find out who the 2023 finalists are including those in the running for the School Trip Champion and Education / Learning Team of the Year Award.
We would also like to thank our 2023 Awards Partners for supporting this year’s initiative which culminates in a special lunch and ceremony on Tuesday 6th June in London.
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We are delighted to be able to share with you the 2023 School Travel Awards finalists, as voted for by the readers of School Travel Organiser.
This award is about the amazing people who help provide important school trip experiences and go the extra mile to embrace and promote learning outside the classroom. Who’s made the final four in 2023?
An amazing event when guests get to network, reward and celebrate alongside teachers, LOtC practitioners and school trip providers.
Attention school providers and companies: support these important awards and enjoy the many perks and the high profile that comes with being an official Awards Partner. For more information about opportunities for the 2023 initiative click here or contact Ivana Perkins by telephone on 01908 613323 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How to become an official Awards Partner, support the School Travel Awards and get amazing exposure to people organising school trips and educational travel.
It has been confirmed that Katharine Merry will make a welcome return to lead the celebrations at the 2023 School Travel Awards lunch and ceremony, which will take place on Tuesday 6th June at the Royal Lancaster Hotel, London.
This award shines a spotlight on teachers and EVCs for the important role they play in organising trips that help their school and pupils benefit from learning outside the classroom.
It’s a special category at the annual School Travel Awards which shines a spotlight on an exceptional school trip and provides an opportunity for schools to win £1,500 towards a future adventure.
This award seeks to recognise a team whose commitment and imagination has delivered when it comes to learning outside the classroom.
Here’s a handy run-down of the categories for the School Travel Awards 2023 which explains each award and who qualifies to win.
The 2022 Awards Review, which was first published inside the Summer edition of School Travel Organiser, with details of the winners, and with reaction and photos from the ceremony itself.
The annual School Travel Awards recognise the people and providers behind inspiring school trips and celebrate learning outside the classroom, with the 2022 winners announced at a special lunch and ceremony in London.
Read about our 2022 finalists for this category, which provides an opportunity for schools to win £1,500 towards a future trip.
Here are the four individuals who not only help provide amazing school trip experiences, but go the extra mile to embrace and promote learning outside the classroom.
As part of the School Travel Awards, every year we ask teachers, parents, pupils, and providers to nominate an Education / Learning Team of the Year. Here you can read about your 2022 finalists.
We asked our valued School Travel Awards Partners what ingredients make up a successful school trip – and here’s what they told us.
School Travel Awards host and Olympic medallist, Katharine Merry chats to us about her school trip memories and why she got involved with the initiative.
A look back at the School Travel Awards 2022 ceremony, which took place on 25th May at the Royal Lancaster Hotel in London.
Participation in these awards are subject to our terms and conditions (available at schooltravelorganiser.com/awards/terms) and the organisers reserve the right to make any appropriate changes if required and deemed necessary affecting the date, time or nature of ceremony presentation at their absolute discretion.