School Trip to Norfolk

School Trip to Norfolk


School Trip to Norfolk

Famous for its long golden beaches, the waterways of the Broads National Park, combined with wide open skies makes a School Trip to Norfolk a perfect way to immerse your students in nature. Home to royalty, Sandringham in North Norfolk, has been the country retreat of monarchs through the ages and is a favourite retreat for the late Queen Elizabeth. School trips to Norfolk are an opportunity to visit a perfect venue.

There is so much to explore in Norfolk and the rest of East Anglia.  This itinerary is perfect for a general outdoor learning experience but there are a number of historic museums and castles to explore across the area so get in touch for a tailor made itinerary if this is what your school requires.

School Trip to Norfolk

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Day 1 

What better way to start off your school trip to Norfolk than with a visit to BeWILDerwood Norfolk. Get your students excited and engaged in this 20-acre woodland where they can cover Geography, Physical Education and Arts & Crafts related activities. 

In the afternoon, head to Norwich cathedral enroute to your accommodation where you can experience a guided visit programme with the Cathedral Education team or a self-led tour if preferred. Arrive at your accommodation early evening for a meal and time to settle in.

Day 2  

After breakfast, make the short journey to the Hilltop Outdoor Centre for a day full of adventure and learning through activity.  Activities including High Ropes, Climbing Wall and the amazing Air Jump available alongside practical learning about bush craft and coastal erosion.  Rest and recuperation is required after dinner at your accommodation.

Day 3

In the morning head off to Blakeney Point, for an organised boat trip to see the amazing seal colony that lives there (best times to visit are between June and August). After lunch, visit Pensthorpe Natural Park, a 700-acre nature reserve and woodland conservation park where the Education team combine short indoor activities with plenty of hands-on outdoor exploring for students. Return to your accommodation for dinner and time to relax.

Day 4  

After leaving your accommodation, visit The Bug Parc, this unique visitor attraction is the largest purpose built invertebrate zoo in the UK. See over 200 different live invertebrates in 15 visitor centres together with a butterfly and shell museum. It’s a great place of learning with so much information available about our minibeast friends.  Then it is time for your onward journey home.

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    Here at School Trips UK our dedicated school trip team have over 20 years’ experience in the travel industry and we pride ourselves in delivering bespoke tips that make learning fun and engaging.

    At the start of your enquiry we will research the best accommodation for your chosen destination as well as transport providers if required, and one agent will keep in touch with you throughout the process to ensure you are happy and kept in the loop right to the end of your visit.

    All trips can be arranged around a particular subject or subjects and we can include workshops, talks, company visits and other relevant activities accordingly. Everything for your trip would be individually sourced, from local restaurants for your meals to evening activities such as ghost walks or ten pin bowling.

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