Places To Visit In The South 2019
Last week, we introduced you to some inspiring places to
explore this year in the North but now it’s the South’s turn! These places may
be spread out across the South Coast, Wales, London and the Midlands but no
matter where you are there is plenty of places to take children to give them the
experience of learning outside of the classroom.
Find inspiration with some of these attractions, farms and
museums that all provide curriculum focused education that is engaging and fun
for a variety of ages.
Fully equipped learning spaces to uncover the history of
aerospace travel with exhibits featuring aeroplanes, helicopters, satellites
Reconstructed on the site where our Celtic ancestors lived
over 2,000 years ago, discover your past through interactive learning and play.
Create memories outside of the classroom and in the clouds,
bring your classroom activities to life whatever the weather.
Be fascinated by the story of paper whilst learn about
science, history and engineering; of Victorian Industrialists and mass
employment, all of which ties to the school curriculum.
Spend all day at the award-winning attraction perfect for
learning all about nature through a variety of National Curriculum informed
Explore your limits with activities such as paddle-boarding,
kayaking and sea cliff climbing with full-board accommodation and the
opportunity for sole-occupancy.
Challenge the way you think about the army through real
stories of real people and through exploring the history and ideas surrounding
the British Army.
Opening this Spring, go on an exciting journey through the
story of British motor sport highlighting the use of engineering and technology
in the world of motor sport.
Over the next few weeks look out for our amazing round-ups
of half-term activities happening in your area.
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