In the latest issue you'll find the best theatre trips & workshops, advice on getting the trip that you've paid for, ideas for Maths outside the classroom, all the School Travel Awards finalists plus much more!
Steve McQueen’s Year 3: A Portrait of London is a mass portrait of London’s youth that’s going on display this month.
The museum of London has revealed Beasts of London, a new immersive, digital experience that will ‘take you and your pupils on a journey through the capital’s past.’
A new smuggling-themed maritime education programme and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang exhibition are on offer for teachers visiting Beaulieu and Buckler’s Hard this year.
Bristol’s Blaise House Museum has launched a new programme of school workshops, covering everything from Science and Literacy to Drama and History.
The move means that Chester-based Galina International Study Tours will be able to offer flights for the first time as part of its school trip packages.
School tour operator Halsbury Travel has asked its teachers what essentials they’d recommend taking on a school trip. Here are some great suggestions.
School groups are being encouraged to visit the new Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) Visitor Centre which has opened in the battlefields of Northern France.
The recent university research explored the educational and social benefits of taking school groups to watch live theatre performances.
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.
Bristol Museums has unveiled a series of new educational workshops for the 2019/20 academic year, focussing on historical eras and different seasons.
Waltham Forest London Borough of Culture has launched We’re All Bats, a new events programme offering a range of interactive ways of connecting pupils with their sense of hearing.
Walmer Castle and Gardens in Kent has opened a new learning centre - the first new substantial building at the castle for 145 years, giving schools a base from which to explore its historic grounds.
With April being National Garden Month, we’ve looked at some of the best gardens in the UK for school trips, focussing on inspiration for pupils away from the classroom.