Teachers can use the newly launched online resource to enhance their pupils’ understanding ahead of watching a production.
We round up a selection of school trips to music themed attractions that offer educational benefits to visiting students.
Anvil Arts which runs three theatre spaces in Basingstoke will be hosting a wide range of shows this autumn and winter that are suitable for schools.
We round up some trip ideas linking to creative subjects and look at why they are so crucial for education.
Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) provides teachers with CPD workshops running alongside two of its productions, Matilda The Musical and Macbeth.
Pupils from a school in County Durham witnessed an epic outdoor show from both sides of the auditorium.
Here, STO shines a spotlight on Kynren – An Epic Tale of England, and hears from a teacher on why seeing the open-air historic production was such a winner for some of her pupils.
To mark Autism Awareness Week, we’ve rounded up some attractions which cater for children with autism to make your next trip inclusive for all.
The theatrical show, Dinosaur World Live, brings dinosaurs to life on stage in an interactive and educational performance suitable for all ages.
The show, Where is Peter Rabbit?, is suitable for school groups and will return to the Cumbria attraction this summer.
The Polka Theatre in the London Borough of Merton has revealed details of new shows, events and workshops for its 2018 spring/summer season.
The Royal Festival Hall at the Southbank Centre in London will be offering schools a new music workshop from January 2018.
Earlier this year, The Blackpool Tower extended its schools programme, with more workshops and interactive sessions now available.
The theme park, Adventure Wonderland, near Bournemouth will be introducing two new workshops to its educational programme next year.
Mel Giedroyc, Penelope Wilton and Emeli Sande are amongst those celebrities confirmed to be reading at this year’s Winter’s Tales event which will take place in December in Notting Hill.
Manchester’s Christmas attraction, Winter Wonderland, will return again this year and will be offering special rates for schools.
A school in Carlisle, which was affected by flooding in 2015, has won a trip to see Wicked.
Arundel Castle will again host It’s the History Man! performances starting this April, suitable for History pupils.
A trip to the Royal Albert Hall provides schools with a host of activities and workshops that link to the National Curriculum.
Following Nick Gibb’s speech on why good quality education matters, School Travel Organiser finds out where teachers can take pupils to inspire them in the subject.
School sports tour operator, Inspiresport, has launched a new set of European dance and theatre tours as part of its Inspiredance programme.