The BBC Countryfile presenter speaks to us about his latest campaign and shares a special school visit memory.
Hard Rock Cafe’s new education programme aims to enlighten and inspire pupils through Hard Rock history.
Teachers are invited into the world of Cadbury to find out about its programme of educational visits for a special open day next month.
The new poetry workshop, aimed at KS2 pupils, are in line with the Primary school English curriculum.
It’s been well documented that eating habits can be heavily influenced in early childhood. The Eat Happy food education project, launched by supermarket giant Tesco, will be offered to every Primary school in the UK, with its aim being to help school children have a healthier relationship with food.
Key Stage 2 to 5 school groups can learn all about the History and Science behind confectionery making in the purpose built kitchen of Spun Candy, in central London.
At York’s Chocolate Story, guests embark on an entertaining, informative and interactive guided tour through the history of York’s most famous chocolate-making families and their finest creations.
Children in Key Stage 1 and 2 are invited to learn about the history of chocolate through a talk called ‘Chocolate Through the Ages’ at Cadbury World.
Pupils visiting Cadbury World, in Birmingham, will see traditional chocolate making demonstrations on a self-guided tour of the Cadbury World attraction.
York’s Chocolate Story, in York, is now offering Key Stage 3 and 4 pupils a World War One workshop, tying in with the History curriculum.
STO takes a look at some school trip ideas for teachers to take their class on a PSHE trip.
STO looks at county shows around the country and what they offer visiting schools.
Manchester’s Christmas attraction, Winter Wonderland, will return again this year and will be offering special rates for schools.
STO looks at school trips to teach pupils about nutrition and food provenance.
The TES recently reported that the Maths sats exams had reduced pupils to tears. Here are a few ideas for school trips that should bring the subject back to life for pupils.
As headlines roll out about the negative effects sats are having, we suggest a few feel-good school trips.
Is the UK really one of the worst countries for pupil happiness? Here are some trips that will put a smile on students’ faces.
STO talks to Stephanie Wood, the founder of the charity School Food Matters, about the importance of food education.
In January, content marketing business the tree joined forces with east London charity Shoreditch Trust to develop a workshop for 14 to 16 year olds. Read more about the process here.
School travel organiser reveals why a visit to the village of Grasmere in Cumbria is not to be missed.
The Kids Country Food and Farming Day will take place again next year for its fifth run, in Peterborough.
Teachers considering a Food Technology trip might like to organise a visit to Rick Stein’s Cookery School in Cornwall.
The education team at Cadbury World in Birmingham is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, and there are plenty of workshops on offer for schools visiting in the near-future.
STO focuses on a Cuba School Biology Expedition for Secondary School students, offered by World Youth Adventures.
Celebrate National Apple Day at the Great Yorkshire Showground this October, which can link to Science and Food Technology.
Last month, 242 school children took over Whole Food Market stores across London and Cheltenham in a series of school trips that combined Business and Maths with Food Technology education.
Three school trips in France and Spain for Key Stage 3/4 Foreign Language students with Starling Study Trips.