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The essential school & travel guide from pre-school to higher education

The essential school & travel guide from pre-school to higher education

Educational visits is a one stop shop for exciting and inspiring school visits. Our huge range of fantastic attractions and top quality accommodation means we have something for students of any age and at any academic stage. Whether you know exactly what you want or need a little inspiration, we make it easier than ever to plan an educational and unforgettable trip.

We can also create tailor made educational trips to your specification, so whether it’s key stage 2 maths or GCSE biology all you have to do is get in touch and we’ll plan, book and deliver an educational and engaging trip perfect for your students. Group rates and free teacher places are also available. Get out of the classroom today!

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Top Ten Destinations for your next School Trip

17th Aug 2016

Destination No 2. BathThe beautiful city of Bath is a great location for a school trip as a base for visiting this part of the United Kingdom.  For teachers just wanting an educational day out for their students, Bath has plenty of opportunities for all ages from primary to university level, especially those studying history, citizenship and fashion.  It's compact size enables you to walk around the city easily and Bath is ideally located to visit a number of top attractions ensuring you can pack as much in as possible on your visit.Roman Baths at Bath Bath has Britain's only thermal hot ...

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The Galleries of Justice Museum : Outreach Programme

10th Aug 2016

The Galleries of Justice Museum’s learning team, the National Centre for Citizenship and Law, will be widening access to people from diverse backgrounds to facilitate an exciting new schools outreach project.The museum has received £126,117 in funding from Arts Council England which will be used to train people from diverse backgrounds to deliver creative education sessions in schools across Nottingham, London and the North West. Forming part of the museum’s Creative Court UK project, the funding will help the museum to gain different perspectives on the collection so that learning can...

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