Looking for an alternative to busy cities like Paris and Lyon for your first post-pandemic school trip to France?Posted 10 September 2021
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After nearly 18 months of disruption, there is hope that this new academic year will be a return to normal. And so, of course, thoughts are turning to how we can help students to make up for vital time missed in school.Posted 23 August 2021
The pandemic has caused so much disruption to education over the past 18 months that, inevitably, the emphasis over the next year will be on trying to help students make up for vital time missed in school.Posted 23 August 2021
As we slowly return to normality, our thoughts are, of course, turning to how we can ensure that Covid catch-up plans help our students’ education to recover from the disruption caused by the pandemic.Posted 23 August 2021
When the Covid-19 pandemic was declared, it brought an abrupt halt to school trips. But what about now? Are school trips abroad allowed?Posted 09 August 2021
Netherwood Academy were the first of our school groups to enjoy a school trip after Covid-19 restrictions were eased. Here, they tell us about their experience of arranging a school trip in the ‘new normal’.Posted 22 July 2021
Lee Strickland, Co-Founder of Cohort St Ives, one of our new accommodation options in Cornwall, explains how winter residentials are an underappreciated option for school groups and how her accommodation will help to make your school trip to Cornwall completely unforgettable.Posted 13 July 2021
Saturday marks World Environment Day and the theme this year is ‘Reimagine, Recreate, Restore’.Posted 03 June 2021
We've scooped the prize for Best School Tour Operator at the School Travel Awards!Posted 24 May 2021
We are advising anyone thinking of arranging a 2022 school trip to start planning as soon as possible, as we are expecting availability to be extremely limited for popular destinations at popular times.
But we understand that you may be concerned about getting your school trip approved right now. So, here are our top tips.Posted 03 May 2021
It’s been a long year and we know you’ve missed the experience of taking your art students on trips where they can see a variety of works and feel inspired.
The good news is that the DfE has now given UK school trips the green light - and we have some incredible options right here in the UK for your art school trip.Posted 27 April 2021
One of the great joys of teaching geography is taking your students into the field to see some of the topics they’ve studied in the classroom come to life in the landscape around them. Students have missed out on this essential educational experience over the last year. But the exciting news is that the DfE has finally given geography trips within the UK the green light. And we have some fantastic destinations to choose from.Posted 27 April 2021
History school trips are priceless educational experiences, because they bring history to life for your students. Your students have missed out on these enriching trips for far too long, but things are changing.
The DfE has now given UK trips the green light, and we have some fantastic options for you to choose from!Posted 27 April 2021
We know from speaking to so many of you that you’re keen to travel again as soon as you’re able and that many of you expect to run school trips in 2022. Here are just 5 reasons why you should start the planning for those trips now.Posted 13 April 2021
On Friday we finally received the news that teachers, students and school tour operators have been waiting for – UK school trips are on!Posted 07 April 2021
Looking for great MFL learning resources to inspire you? We round up some of the top Twitter accounts to follow.Posted 02 February 2021
There’s never been a more challenging time for teachers than now. Thankfully, there’s lots of help out there. Here’s a roundup of some of the best Twitter accounts we’ve found for great geography resources.Posted 02 February 2021
There’s never been a more challenging time for teachers than now. Thankfully, there’s lots of help out there. Here’s a roundup of some of the best Twitter accounts we’ve found for great history resources.Posted 02 February 2021
2020 was an incredibly difficult year, which involved many of us cancelling events and plans. With the rollout of the vaccine, there is hope that 2021 will be different and there is already much to look forward to.
Here’s a roundup of some of those things.Posted 02 February 2021
Since the coronavirus pandemic hit in March 2020, school groups have been unable to travel and have this important experience of bringing 20th century history to life for them. So, while you’re unable to travel, let us take you and your students on a virtual school trip to Berlin and Krakow.Posted 18 January 2021
Important information on how Brexit might affect your school trip.Posted 05 January 2021