The annual School Travel Awards recognise inspiring people and the very best companies, venues and attractions providing school trips. And 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 trips for children.
See the 2022 winners below that were announced on 25th May at the Royal Lancaster Hotel, London during this year’s Lunch and Ceremony.
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A round-up of the great photos sent in from some of your 2022 School Travel Awards winners, who have proudly shown off their trophies and certificates in front of historical landmarks, LEGO® models and even a rhino enclosure.
The positive reaction to the School Travel Awards was felt way beyond the Royal Lancaster Hotel, with a huge range of pictures, reactions and comments posted across social media. Here’s just a selection but you can find more by searching for #SchoolTravelAwards.
The School Travel Awards lunch and ceremony was back in-person for 2022, rewarding the very best attractions, providers and experiences for school trips, as well as schools themselves taking big prizes too. Here, enjoy the photos from the day.
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.
We asked our valued School Travel Awards Partners what ingredients make up a successful school trip – and here’s what they told us.
A look back at the School Travel Awards 2022 ceremony, which took place on 25th May at the Royal Lancaster Hotel in London.
We are delighted to be able to share with you the 2022 School Travel Awards winners, as voted for by the readers of School Travel Organiser.Read more
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.
After Walsall Academy in Bloxwich won the ‘My Best School Trip’ Award in 2021, shadow headteacher Jon Clarke put the prize money to good use and ran another successful residential in the Lake District where a group of Year 8 students found a sense of achievement and awe about the ...Read more
Ian Mitchell of Kingswood House School entered his ‘Making of Modern Britain’ trip into the ‘My Best School Trip’ Award and encourages others to follow.Read more
Here’s a handy run-down of the categories for the School Travel Awards 2022 which explains each award and who qualifies to win.
How to become an official Award Partner, support the School Travel Awards and get amazing exposure to people organising school trips and educational travel.
BBC Gardeners’ World presenter and patron of The Garden Classroom, Joe Swift, has thanked the School Travel Awards for recognising the work of The Garden Classroom Team which was announced as the Education / Learning Team of the Year.
Read all about the 2021 winners
Have a look through our special Awards Review