It’s all about shining a spotlight on amazing learning outside the classroom experiences, with top prizes for schools, culminating in a very special ceremony.
The annual initiative recognises inspiring people and the very best across companies, venues and attractions providing school trips and learning outside the classroom experiences.
The finalists have now been revealed, but you will have to wait until the Awards Lunch and Ceremony to find out who has won, which will be held in London on Friday, 15th November, 2019.
You can get your tickets and be there yourself - it’s the pinnacle of the campaign. For event details and ticket information click here.
The Awards also shine a spotlight on the schools and individuals, who go the extra mile to deliver enriching trips. Organised by School Travel Organiser magazine, they are open to both Primary and Secondary schools.
Thank you to everyone who took the time to vote, nominate and enter this year.
A special thanks to our 2019/20 Awards Partners:
Last year’s awards
BBC TV news anchor and Antiques Roadshow presenter Fiona Bruce hosted the UK’s biggest event for school travel and learning outside the classroom on Friday 16th November, 2018, at the Royal Garden Hotel.
You can find out who all the winners, and finalists, were on our Results Page.
Amongst the winners announced was the World Rugby Museum at Twickenham, voted Best Sporting Venue, the V&A London, which picked up the award for Best Museum Visit, while Cheddar Gorge & Caves in Somerset won Best Venue for History Learning.
School Travel Awards 2018/19 Video Review
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