School Trips to The Lake District

5 Days 4 Nights

A wealth of learning opportunities and outward-bound adventures


School Trips to The Lake District

The Lake District,  granted World Heritage Status this summer, 2017, is a natural venue for an outward bound trip with over 200 fells and sixteen lakes to explore.   There are plenty of activity centres offering a week of endless fun and your group could spend the week immersing themselves in this wonderful landscape testing their skills against the elements.

However, there is so much to see and do and with the weather of the Lakes being somewhat inclement, it is a good idea to combine outdoor activities with what else is on offer.  It is a geography teacher’s dream and makes learning outside the classroom really come to life and it is no one why Wordsworth one of our most famous poets wrote so lyrically about the Lakes, or Beatrice Potter weaved her magic to create such delightful stories about a very famous rabbit and the animals that lived on the fells.

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More to See

  • Ullswater Steamers
  • Rheged
  • Mire House
  • Lake-District National Park
  • Go-Ape
  • Forestry Commission
  • Senhouse Roman Museum
  • The Beacon
  • Muncaster Castle
  • Carlisle Castle
  • South Lakes Wild Animal Park
  • Aquarium of the Lakes
  • Blackwell Grange
  • South Lakeland Museum

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Day 1

Travel from school or college to your accommodation in the Lakes.  Arrive mid-afternoon and after rooms have been allocated there is time for a briefing and to explore your surroundings.

Day Two

Today we visit Hillside the home of Beatrix Potter. Explore her favourite haunts by taking a cruise on Lake Windermere and also visit the World of Beatrix Potter.   In the evening there are various outdoor activities to choose from.

Day Three

In the morning Honistor Sleight Mines,  This is the last working slate mine in England. Quarrying for Westmorland green slate has been taken place in the area since 1728. Apart from the mining, it is also a popular tourist attraction in the Lake-District National Park.

In the afternoon we visit Go-Ape in Whinlatter Forest before heading into  Keswick for a look around the town.

Day Four

A day at the coast beckons and we head for Whitehaven and visit the Rum-Story and the Beacon.  If there is time we can we visit Muncaster Castle.  In the evening we have a barbecue and a camp fire.

Day Five

This morning we relax with an early walk before the coach arrives to take us 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.

Before you depart on your trip you’ll be provided with detailed itineraries, all booking information, travle maps if required and 24 hour emergency contact details.

We Include:

  • Transport
  • Quality Accommodation
  • Entry to attractions
  • Evening meals
  • Packed lunches
  • FREE teacher places
  • Information packs
  • Personal guides available
  • Risk assessments
  • 24 hour support

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