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There's More to Discover at Cadbury World

Written by: Elmtree Press

A school visit to Cadbury World is more than just a great day out.  Located just outside Birmingham city centre in the historic suburb of Bournville, Cadbury World welcomes over 2,000 school groups each year, combining fun and learning in a unique environment for over 25 years.

Throughout the self-guided tour, Cadbury World offers a unique educational experience that gives a fascinating insight into the rich heritage of the nation's favourite chocolate brand. Your pupils can explore over 100 years of innovative advertising and packaging design and discover the ancient origins of the cocoa bean in the Aztec Jungle. Learn the history behind Bournville village and the Victorian Cadbury brothers, and see traditional chocolate making by our talented chocolatiers.

To complement your visit, Cadbury World offers a range of one-hour educational talks which are linked to the curriculum for key stages 1 to 5.  Primary school groups can choose from 8 topics including The Aztecs, The Maya, Design & Technology and ‘Bean to Bar’, ideal for schools covering the IPC chocolate topic. New for 2016 is Chocolate Through the Ages, revealing how cocoa originated from ancient civilisations to Cadbury heritage.

Secondary school groups can choose from 10 topics developed specially for Key Stages 3 to 5, including Business Studies, Geography and Design & Technology.

Talks feature engaging examples and video content, and free downloadable resources and activities are available on the Cadbury World website.

Cadbury World offers a host of benefits and discounts for groups, including free teacher preview visit and coach parking.

To visit Cadbury World's main page click here