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 tour operator has launched a new trip for schools looking to organise a trip to northern France.
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.
Teachers are usually the ones planning all the school trips. But now, a tour operator has released adventure and cultural holidays…for teachers.
Schools in England will be able to apply for grants to visit partner schools around the world.
According to GTC Travel Group, a group flight specialist, school travel to Africa and China has risen in 2018.
A new immersive production, upgraded park entrances and an investment of €28.5m are amongst the key initiatives for 2019, announced by Puy du Fou.
Teachers will have access to more school trip options after a specialist educational travel company acquired three other travel operators.
Christ the King College has always had a global outlook and offers a range of trips and exchanges including Spanish, French and Norwegian exchanges, trips to Italy, Greece and Poland.
The learning objectives for the trip were to learn and practice speaking Spanish in an authentic setting, to improve confidence in spoken Spanish, as well as to get a better understanding of Spanish life, culture, History and Geography.
Take your students on a school trip to Krakow and begin exploring the city, before taking a guided tour of Auschwitz Birkenau, where over 1.1 million people lost their lives.
Meeting local Berber people, hiking in the Atlas Mountains and going on a camel ride were among the many highlights of Bridgwater & Taunton College’s visit to Morocco.
A group of students who had never been on a residential trip embraced every opportunity that was presented to them - including trying frog’s legs and snails - after their school won a visit to France.
Camping in tea plantations and travelling in packed buses were among the many experiences that greeted a group of London teenagers during a recent trip to India.