This award seeks to recognise a team whose commitment and imagination has delivered when it comes to learning outside the classroom.
This special category rewards a team of people, big or small, whose collective inspiration has led to fantastic provision and great support, as well as excellent outcomes for school groups.
Nominations are welcome from teachers, parents and pupils, as well as from staff at school travel providers (although not from somebody in the team being nominated).
Previous finalists have included the Disney Theatrical Teaching Artist Team, Surrey Wildlife Trust, Conisborough Castle and UK Parliament.
The winner of the 2023 awards was…Celtic Harmony Camp, Outdoor Prehistory Settlement, congratulations to the team!
The result was announced at the School Travel Awards ceremony on Tuesday 6th June, 2023, at the Royal Lancaster Hotel in London.
Celtic Harmony was set up in 1998, by Clare Holt-Parrella and Luca Parrella, and the team have been celebrated their 25th birthday in 2023. With its thatched roundhouses and native woodland, Celtic Harmony is described as a place ‘like no other’.
Congratulations to the other 2023 finalists who were…
- Children’s Adventure Farm Trust
- Eden Camp Modern History Museum
- Ringsfield Hall’s Education Team
- Yorkshire Wildlife Park’s Education Team
Find out more about each of the teams and what they do for schools plus see their photos in our special feature here.
About the School Travel Awards
The Education / Learning Team of the Year Award is part of the School Travel Awards which recognises inspiring people and the very best companies, venues and attractions providing school trips.
Organised by School Travel Organiser magazine, it’s an important annual initiative celebrating learning outside the classroom, that raises the profile and highlights the importance of school trips for children - with exciting opportunities for schools to also win big prizes.
To find out more click to schooltravelorganiser.com/awards.