In the latest issue you'll find advice about funding school trips, some of the best activity centres and an interview with the Scouts' chief executive plus, lots more.
Take your pupils to learn about the water cycle at the London Museum of Water & Steam.
The Jewish Museum in London can teach GCSE students about religion.
A new exhibition at London’s Science Museum was recently unveiled by Her Majesty The Queen, and will focus on communication technologies, tying in with the STEM curriculum.
School travel operator Rayburn Tours has bought Essex-based Sports Tours Ltd, expanding travel opportunities for young people and school groups.
The French theme park is celebrating three decades since opening by launching a new attraction.
The theme park, located in Catalonia, Spain has a number of new attractions for its 2019 season including a Sesame Street® inspired ride.
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.
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.