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A group of children planting orchids aboard SS Great Britain in Bristol

Pupils plant historic orchids onboard the SS Great Britain

A group of Year 7 students from Writhlington School have planted precious orchids into terrariums onboard the SS Great Britain in Bristol to bring history to life.

School children visiting Hever Castle in Kent

Hever Castle to invite pupils on new time travelling mission

Hever Castle is inviting young history enthusiasts to embark on an exciting journey through time with Mission History, a full-day immersive educational experience designed for Key Stage 2 students. 

Rockfield Primary School pupils inside Cruachan Power Station

£30k transport fund to support STEM visits

Drax Group has launched the fund to help schools organise trips to its sites around the UK. 

Pupils visiting We The Curious in Bristol

We The Curious reopens to schools after fire

Bristol’s We The Curious science centre is now taking school bookings after being shut for two years because of a fire. 


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Teachers taking part in a CPD session at the Science Museum

Science Museum offers free CPD sessions

London’s Science Museum has launched a number of CPD courses for the next academic year in a bid to equip teachers with the tools to offer inspiring learning.

A performance at the Theatre by the Lake, Keswick

7 regional theatres with school-friendly shows and workshops

Check out these brilliant regional theatres offering discounts for schools, top performances and a selection of inspiring workshops. 

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How teachers and EVCs plan their educational visits

We hear from teachers and EVCs about their planning process for educational visits and why it’s important to start early for maximum rewards.

Children on a school trip to the Weald & Downland Living Museum

Building connections outside of the classroom

Anne Hunt on how learning beyond the classroom creates crucial links with arts, nature, science, and heritage. 



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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.

Crosby High SEND school taking part in a rock climbing activity

Teacher Talk: we don’t limit ourselves or the children

Gavin Dixon, assistant head at Crosby High SEND school in Merseyside tells us how they embed learning and where they have been on visits.

Pupils performing at Future Makers at the Royal Albert Hall

Schools concert returns to the Royal Albert Hall

The Royal Albert Hall’s annual schools music competition, Future Makers, which aims to find tomorrow’s talent will be back at the iconic London venue.

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.

War Horse at the New London Theatre

More dates for National Theatre’s iconic War Horse show

The National Theatre’s War Horse will embark on a major new tour, bringing the extraordinary story by Michael Morpurgo to a theatre near you.

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 findings from the School Trips & Learning Outside the Classroom Survey 2023

Our readers told us what type of trips they organise, what's popular, about the planning timelines, where they go to find ideas, and much more.

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