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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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The Canterbury Tales Medieval Education Day!

15th Jun 2018

The Canterbury Medieval Education Day! 20th September 2018   Overview of the Day:   For one day only, top Canterbury Attractions have come together to present local schools with the ultimate learning experience!  We would like to take this opportunity to invite as many  schools as possible to experience a whole day of fun, engaging activities and most importantly lots of learning! The whole day will cost £8 per child and teachers go free! We will provide: •          2 x morning activities and 2 x afternoon activities per class •                    M...

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All Aboard For An Enthralling Journey Your Students Will Remember All Their Lives!

12th Jun 2018

Do you remember the school trip you went on as a child?  The chances are that you will have happy memories of at least some of them, particularly because of the a particular activity or place you visited which you will never forget.  The age of steam and trains is one that thanks to the number of preserved railways (around 181 at the last count) keeps alive for our children the magic of this era and brings learning outside the classroom to life.Nor is it is not just little boys that are interested in trains as has been proven recently by the television series made about the North Yorkshire ...

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