With the UK boasting plenty of theme parks and attractions, schools are spoilt for choice when it comes to finding a thrilling educational school trip.
The theme park in Staffordshire has revealed that it will be opening a new attraction – its dungeons – and with it an educational History session for schools.
Every year brings with it a new selection of workshops, learning spaces and sites suitable for students.
After Generation X and Y comes Generation I-pad. Here are a few of the best ICT-related trips to inspire the digitally-minded.
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.
Wicksteed Park in Kettering is launching a new climbing venue
We look at five school trip ideas to teach children about computers, technology, and cyber safety.
A fully interactive environment for inspiring pupils’ active imaginations, Shrek’s Adventure! London brings storytelling to life
KidZania London will be launching a new Starlink Space Station gaming activity in partnership with technology company, Ubisoft, to help teach children in Key Stages 2 and 3 all about the solar system and space.
LEGOLAND Windsor Resort will present two Key Stage 2 to 3 workshops, tying in with Science, Geography and Design in the new year.
We focus on school trips, from Drayton Manor Park to Zip World, that are guaranteed to give your students a fun day out.
Chester Zoo will provide free entry to 35,000 school children later this year, as part of a campaign to inspire a new wave of conservationists.
We round up some day trip attractions that are guaranteed to give your students a fun day out.
Those planning ahead to September can take advantage of KidZania’s offering, with details of its upcoming events already announced.
The ‘indoor city run by kids’ Kidzania in London has launched several new activities including a library and a deli food activity.
With such an unpredictable climate in the UK, it can sometimes be tricky to come up with venues that are suitable for all conditions. Here are some ideas for school visits, come rain or come shine.
STO talks to LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort’s schools executive, Jamie Lawrence about what’s new and on offer for schools visiting the park this year.
The ride, based on the film by the same name, has now opened at the Staffordshire theme park.
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.
Three new features, each linked to various curriculum subjects, have opened at the LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort.
Chessington World of Adventures Resort in Surrey will open a new Wild Learning Centre this year, where pupils can experience hands-on activities supporting the national curriculum.
Merlin Entertainments has revealed details of two new features to launch at Sea Life Manchester and Legoland Discovery Centre Manchester, this year.
Paultons Family Theme Park in Hampshire will be launching seven new school workshops, suitable for Key Stage 1 and 2 and covering a range of topics in the New Year.
2018 will see a range of new workshops, learning spaces and educational events open up to schools. The launches span the age groups and subjects range from Maths to English. Here’s a round-up of all the new things you can expect from the field of learning outside the classroom (LOtC) next year.
In 2018 LEGOLAND Windsor Resort will be opening its doors to both expanded and new attractions, which will feature iconic landmarks made of LEGO and tie in with the Geography curriculum.
A Time Traveller workshop and a new way of reserving trips are some of the highlights at LEGOLAND in 2018.
Following the launch this weekend of the UK’s first entrepreneur festival for children held at KidZania, the attraction is inviting children to take part in a new KidZania Challenge, for Global Entrepreneur Week.
The theme park, Adventure Wonderland, near Bournemouth will be introducing two new workshops to its educational programme next year.
Paultons Family Theme Park, in Hampshire, will be introducing new wildlife themed workshops suitable for Key Stage 1 and 2 pupils come 2018.
Drayton Manor Theme Park in Tamworth is introducing a new workshop for visiting schools, which ties in with Science.
Chessington World of Adventures in Chessington will start the academic year with a selection of career events for schools.
One trip, multiple subjects; where to go for a truly cross-curricular educational experience, from theme parks to museums.
Legoland Windsor has announced details of its newest school workshop which is expected to be available from next year.
A new treetop adventure park at Heaton Park, Manchester, is now complete and ready to open to the public.
Manchester’s Christmas attraction, Winter Wonderland, will return again this year and will be offering special rates for schools.
Merlin Entertainments has announced that a new Legoland Discovery Centre will be constructed at Birmingham Barclaycard Arena.
Ways in which schools can prepare themselves for a crisis, even if it means thinking about the unthinkable.
Chessington World of Adventures has just launched a brand new Gruffalo themed ride, and there are corresponding workshops available.
Is the UK really one of the worst countries for pupil happiness? Here are some trips that will put a smile on students’ faces.
From Britain in the Blitz to the Victorians, Flambards in Cornwall supports many areas of the History curriculum.
Legoland in Windsor has announced that it will be launching a brand new theme world called Ninjago.
A new theme world is expected to open at Blackgang Chine amusement park next Easter called Underwater Kingdom.
To celebrate Science Week, Chessington World of Adventures Resort will be providing special workshops for children.
There used to be a time when a school visit to a theme park offered a day out on the rides with few educational benefits. Nowadays, however, a trip to a theme park such as Paultons Park in Hampshire can relate to subjects including Physics, Biology and Business Studies.
LEGOLAND® has introduced a new set of workshops for 2016 focused on the National Curriculum topics of Art, Design and Technology, English and Science.