In the latest issue we talk to the Education Secretary about the new Activity Passport and school trips. Plus, history experiences, ski trips and lots more.
A new exhibition at London’s Science Museum will explore what the future holds for driving technology.
The new exhibition in London Waterloo, now on until June 2019, will see students educated on Nelson Mandela’s journey from childhood to becoming South Africa’s first black president.
The new exhibition at the Clink Prison Museum in Southwark will explore tales of religious theories and traitors.
Schools in England will be able to apply for grants to visit partner schools around the world.
According to GTC Travel Group, a group flight specialist, school travel to Africa and China has risen in 2018.
A new immersive production, upgraded park entrances and an investment of €28.5m are amongst the key initiatives for 2019, announced by Puy du Fou.
Teachers will have access to more school trip options after a specialist educational travel company acquired three other travel operators.
We take a look at some theatre shows that every teacher should consider taking their school group to see.
From its important themes to its talented young cast, Matilda The Musical is a must for any teachers considering a theatre trip.
Eve Richardson, English teacher and literacy coordinator at Villiers High School in Southall speaks about some memorable school trips and how they’ve overcome particular challenges.
Mark the 200th anniversary of the birth of Queen Victoria with a school trip back to the Victorian period.