‘School of Hard Rock’ is a new educational programme dedicated to all Primary and Secondary aged pupils, taking place in its flagship, Old Park Lane restaurant in London.
The Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter, has revealed that it will be opening its new attraction, Gringotts Wizarding Bank, this year.
A new display celebrating the unsung heroes of London’s Tower Bridge has been unveiled and school groups are invited to learn about the iconic landmark’s history.
With International Literacy Day coming up on 8th September, we look at a selection of locations and attractions offering English and Literature links.
The Canterbury Tales Visitor Attraction is launching a new workshop to coincide with its education day this autumn.
School groups visiting Scotland can now enjoy a trail which includes an array of fairy-tale and storybook features, tying in with Literacy studies.
We round up a selection of school trips to music themed attractions that offer educational benefits to visiting students.
The Houses of Parliament in London has revealed details of its short-notice booking opportunities for those who are looking to take their school in the new term.
The stately home in Sudbury has announced a host of educational days in the new school year including a history re-creation and Tudor-specific events.
With the World Cup increasing the younger generation’s interest in the sport, we look at a selection of football related school trips.
STO’s Laura Sexton reviews Blue Bell Hill Primary School’s trip to the London Bridge Experience & London Tombs.
Children from four Weston-Super-Mare schools recently boarded a Bakers Dolphin coach for a trip to Longleat Safari Park, courtesy of Rotary International and KidsOut.
We round up school trip ideas to enjoy the summer term and beautiful weather, both in the UK and abroad.
Lincoln Cathedral and the International Bomber Command Centre have joined forces to share heritage with local schools.
We round up some trip ideas linking to creative subjects and look at why they are so crucial for education.
As April is Garden Month, we focus on five glorious British gardens that offer educational visits and look at why a trip could be beneficial.
Six top tips to make the most of your school trip including advice from Anne Neary, head teacher of Hampton Vale Primary School in Peterborough.
Script to screen educational workshops have now launched in Yorkshire at The Emmerdale Studio Experience, among the first of its kind outside of London.
This year, Longleat in Wiltshire will be hosting a display of animatronic predators, including sharks, crocodiles and bears, which can be used to support the Science curriculum.
Attractions with links to the Bard will be hosting a variety of school friendly events during and after the week dedicated to the poet and playwright.
We look at all that is on offer at The Houses of Parliament, from online resources to educational visits with your school group.
The Postal Museum in London opened earlier this year; we talk to Sally Sculthorpe, the learning manager, about the appeal for school trips and what is on offer.
Earlier this year, The Blackpool Tower extended its schools programme, with more workshops and interactive sessions now available.
Manchester City’s Stadium has revealed new and updated features of its tour, which is suitable for schools.
The newly relocated World Rugby Museum at Twickenham Stadium, in London, will open in February 2018 with a new educational offering.
A number of English Heritage properties now offer expert-led school visits linked with the curriculum.
York Castle Museum has revealed details of a new trail through the building which aims to aid pupils who are learning the English Language.
The Natural History Museum in London has recently launched a new workshop for Key Stage 2 and redeveloped another.
Pupils visiting Cadbury World, in Birmingham, will see traditional chocolate making demonstrations on a self-guided tour of the Cadbury World attraction.
Sea Life Blackpool has unveiled a new underwater classroom, suitable for school visits, that provides students with the opportunity to learn about marine life first-hand.
An exhibition that opened in June at Bristol Museum and Art Gallery is now offering school workshops to accompany it as well as a Dinosaur Takeover in November.
Shakespeare’s New Place is one of 12 locations that can be seen through a new phone app called England’s Historic Cities, which is described as an ‘augmented reality product.”
STO takes a look at some school trip ideas for teachers to take their class on a PSHE trip.
The series of new workshops and activities will tie in with the curriculum for the 2017/2018 academic year.
The National Science and Media Museum has launched a new exhibition which features astronaut Tim Peake’s spacecraft.
With the new whale skeleton taking over at the Natural History Museum, the diplodocus skeleton, is off on tour.
Feeling dinosaur poo, testing your strength against of a T-Rex and watching a live dinosaur autopsy: Dinosaurs in the Wild is the learning experience your class has been waiting for.
STO looks at cross-curricular school trips that teach children about money and budgeting.
A new educational programme has been launched for September at Bradford’s Peace Museum.
Dive into this selection of school trip workshops and education sessions that are new for the 2017/18 academic year and available to book now.
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.
School visits to The London Bridge Experience can now be accompanied by educational packs.
Ways you can bring ICT to life for school children, in Cambridge, Milton Keynes, Surrey and beyond.
For school groups with a sweet tooth, a new exhibition has just opened at York Castle Museum which looks at sweets and chocolate from the past.
A brand new bus tour called Shakespeare’s London is now available for schools and will allow pupils to explore Shakespearean London.
A trip to the Royal Albert Hall provides schools with a host of activities and workshops that link to the National Curriculum.
The Galleries of Justice Museum has created a new Police Station Tour that visits the museum’s original 1905 Edwardian station.
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 finds out about Llandudno’s ties to the novel Alice in Wonderland and how these can support a Key Stage 2 school trip.
STO focuses on a Cuba School Biology Expedition for Secondary School students, offered by World Youth Adventures.
Three school trips in France and Spain for Key Stage 3/4 Foreign Language students with Starling Study Trips.
School Travel Organiser focuses on how Takeover Day lends itself to positive learning outside the classroom.
School Travel Organiser investigates the learning opportunities available at Cadbury World.
After introducing coding into the curriculum, the Conservative party has just promised to invest a further £20 million into developing digital skills in the UK. If you can’t wait for the results, you can always take you pupils to swot up on skills at the The Centre for Computing History.
The Royal Albert Hall has created a new Victorian Interactive Tour for Key Stage 2 History and Literacy pupils.
Visitor attraction The Canterbury Tales has announced its normal school admission price has been discounted by for local pupils.
On 26th November the annual Awards for Outstanding Contribution to LOtC took place in Essex. Here are the tips from every nominee on how to get the most out of learning outside the classroom.