Places To Visit In The North 2019
We are already three weeks into 2019 and now is the time to take a moment to think ahead and plan your year to get the very most out of your school trips. The National Curriculum has plenty of opportunities to get out of the classroom and explore. This may be the first Educational Visits blog that you encounter thanks to the
latest delivery of our 2019 guides that have gone out to schools all over the
country this month – if so welcome!
So let’s turn our attention towards finding fresh inspiration for
the coming year, regardless of our ‘Blue Monday’ moods. Here is a list of
places to visit with children this year all located in the North, including
destinations such as Manchester, Liverpool, Bradford, Halifax and more, to show you just a snapshot of what amazing attractions and places you can take your learning this year.
Truly immersive learning experiences to be found at The
Living Museum of the North that cater to a range of subjects such as History,
English & STEM.
An immersive musical experience through the lives, times and
culture of the world’s greatest ever band.
Explore culture with a tour that includes Saree
demonstrations, an introduction to Bollywood and an authentic taste of India in
Connecting visitors with the natural world through a range
of activities for groups of all sizes to engage with.
Find plenty of hands-on curriculum-based options for learning
through the endless creative possibilities of LEGO bricks.
Find time to enjoy a spot of team-building with the thrills
and adventure of a inflatable Aquapark, or other water sports to create an
Take a journey through the Grade I listed building’s long
and interesting past, from medieval times through to the 18th
Explore over 350 acres of farmland with hundreds of animals to
see whilst receiving plenty of information about just how amazing farm animals
and farms are.
On the blog next week, find out where we recommend for the South.
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