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Gemma Simpson, Claire Ruckledge and Charlotte Rimmington from Mission Out.

Visits launched to help with transition to secondary school

Adventure play attraction Mission Out in Leeds has created four packages designed especially for Year 7 pupils to help them with their transition to secondary school.

Louise Beale hosted the EVOLVE Advice's National Educational Visits Conference 2024

Future of educational visits discussed at EVC conference

EVCs and senior school leaders came together for the National Educational Visits Conference in London, hosted by reporter and presenter, Louise Beale.

HRH Princess Royal speaking to school children at Farms for City Children's Festival of Learning event

Royal visit for Festival of Learning charity event

Farms for City Children brought farming to life in central London for children from several schools. 

Staff, parents and governors from Latchford St James CofE Primary School take on the Three Peaks Challenge

School smashes fundraising target to help fund visits

Staff, parents and carers from Latchford St James CofE Primary School in Warrington, have raised £6,500 towards school trips by completing the Three Peaks Challenge.


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Yeao's Journey at Cheddar Gorge & Caves, Somerset

Schools can try out latest experience at Cheddar Gorge

The immersive multi-sensory attraction has been unveiled at Cheddar Gorge & Caves in Somerset, telling the fascinating story of how they were created.

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, West End

Education pack for The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe tour

Schools can make use of a free education pack before their visit to see The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe on tour.

A teacher in a classroom with students

How we use school trips to develop our staff

Constance Walker, deputy headteacher of Hammersmith Academy on how educational visits impact staff. 

A group of UKSA students look at a phone

Students reduce time on social media for UKSA trial

A number of students at maritime youth charity UKSA, reduced their screen time as part of a trial to ease social media induced anxiety. 



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A teenage girl looks through a telescope at the sights in Paris

9 cross-curricular school trip ideas

Here are nine ideas for fantastic cross-curricular experiences outside of the classroom that are sure to inspire the whole class.

West Horndon Primary School on a team-building activity

Teacher Talk: three decades of creating memorable school trips

Matt O’Grady, headteacher of West Horndon Primary School, tells us about the visits he is most excited about and the biggest lesson from 30 years of educational visits.

Wicked Writers competitions winners 2024

Wicked Writers competition winners announced

Pupils have been submitting entries into the Wicked Writers: Be the Change competition in a bid to win a workshop and a theatre visit. Here are the winners. 

Pupils visiting Safety Centre, Hazard Alley

30 years of lifesaving education by the Safety Centre

The Safety Centre, which operates the Hazard Alley education centre in Milton Keynes, is celebrating three decades of helping children learn about the importance of safety.

School children having a workshop at Shakespeare's Globe

New GCSE Study Boost day at Shakespeare’s Globe

Aimed at students aged 14-16, the event in London includes a tour, practical workshop and a performance. 

Pupils taking part in a ropery activity at the Historic Dockyard, Chatham

The Historic Dockyard Chatham to offer free school visits

A scheme has been launched at the attraction in Kent that will enable free school visits for students from high pupil premium schools.

A young person uses remotes to control a computer

New School of Coding visits at JCA activity centre

JCA has joined up with the School of Coding to offer school trips linked to coding in what is thought to be the first partnership of its kind. 

Young children looking happy on an outdoor residential.

Bursary to help thousands of youngsters access residentials

A new fund has been launched to help 5,000 more children experience an outdoor residential at a centre in the Lake District.