Region: West Midlands

Disabled Facilities: Yes

Category: Day Trip Destinations

Address: Linden Road, Bournville, Birmingham, West Midlands B30 2LU

Contact: 0844 880 7667

Website: http://www.cadburyworld.co.uk/schoolandgroups/schools

Description

Cadbury World is a self-guided walk through visitor centre totally dedicated to the Nation’s favourite chocolate brands. If your group attends a talk we suggest you allow at least 3 hours on site. For KS 1 & 2 we present talks to support the curriculum subjects and topics of: Design & Technology, Victorians, Aztecs and Bean to Bar. For 2014 we are pleased to announce 2 new talks. ‘Building a Village – Settlements’ which compares and contrasts village life in Bournville, UK to that of Adjeikrom, Ghana and ‘Rainforests’, where we explore the flora and fauna of the rainforest of Ghana. For KS3 we offer Geography . Our talks aimed at KS4 & 5 include Business Studies, Design & Technology, ICT, Science in the Workplace and Humanities.

Do you have a video on YouTube or anywhere else that you would like to link to?

Please visit https://www.cadburyworld.co.uk/schools-and-groups/schools for further information on the unique experience Cadbury World can offer for your school trip.

Are you on Twitter, Facebook or any other social media?

Twitter: @CadburyWorld https://twitter.com/CadburyWorld

Facebook: @CadburyWorldUK https://www.facebook.com/CadburyWorldUK

Instagram: @CadburyWorldUK https://www.instagram.com/cadburyworlduk/

YouTube: Cadbury World https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvFcrBnfs2eyIwqkYbUIIcA

G+: Cadbury World https://plus.google.com/+CadburyWorld

Exactly what does your venue offer to educational visits?

Discover the origins of the cocoa bean amidst trees and waterfalls in the Aztec Jungle.

Learn the history behind the creation of the Cadbury factory and Bournville village by the Cadbury brothers.

Explore how Cadbury manufacture popular products and 100 years of innovative advertising and packaging design.

Watch our chocolatiers work their magic as they reveal the ingredients and making of chocolate.

Enjoy the magical Cadabra ride and an adventurous journey in our 4D cinema experience!

Expand your class' knowledge with a one hour curriculum-linked educational talk to complement your self-guided tour, featuring interactive and engaging examples to support your topics, presented in our themed education rooms.

Why are you a great place for educational visits?

With 25 years' experience and more than 2,000 school groups attending each year, Cadbury World offers a unique experience that gives fascinating insight into the rich heritage of the nation's favourite chocolate brand.

We offer 18 different educational talks suitable from key stage 1 up to key stage 5 including the history of chocolate, design and technology, Ancient Mayan Civilizations, Marketing, Science, ICT and Geography. There are also workbooks that can be completed during the visit which are available to download from our website.

Do you have the LOtC Quality Badge or any other accreditation such as AALA?

During early 2009, Cadbury World confirmed its’ reputation as one of the best educational visits in the U.K. by being accredited with the ‘Learning Outside the Classroom Quality Badge.’

What does a typical educational visit include?

Your visit will take around 4.5 hours. This includes an educational talk (optional), entrance into Cadbury World, our fantastic 4D cinema show and the fascinating Bournville Experience Museum. In addition to this, we also have the World’s Biggest Cadbury Shop where there are treats suitable for all budgets! Additional educational talks have been specifically designed for key stages 1-5, so you can mix and match topics or cover specific points.

KS1 & 2 Bean to Bar - Originality of raw materials (supports the IPC chocolate topic)

KS1 & 2 The Maya (Ancient Mayan Civilization) - The great city of Chichen Itza, Maya Gods and their fascinating counting system

KS1 & 2 Aztecs - The rise and fall of Montezuma and the wonders of the maguey plant

KS1 & 2 Design & Technology - New Product Development, including packaging design

KS1 & 2 Victorians - Case study of George Cadbury as a famous Victorian

KS1 & 2 Rainforests - Flora, fauna and creatures of the Ghana rainforests

KS1 & 2 Building a Village: Settlements - A comparison of life in Bournville, UK and Adjeikrom, Ghana

KS1 & 2 Chocolate Through The Ages - Explore how cocoa originated from ancient civilizations to Cadbury heritage

KS3 & 4 Design and Food Technology

KS3 & 4 Geography

KS4 Science

KS4 Leisure and Tourism Marketing

KS4 Leisure and Tourism Customer Service

KS4 ICT

KS4 Investigating Business

KS4 Business Studies Marketing

KS5 Business Studies Marketing

KS5 People in Business

What group sizes do you cater for?

Cadbury World can accommodate thousands of visitors each day. Talks are available for groups of any size.

Do you provide projects, teacher’s packs, work sheets or any useful information?

Download our free online workbooks and resources here: https://www.cadburyworld.co.uk/schools-and-groups/schools/resources including factsheets on Cadbury and Bournville, and BTEC and GCSE workbooks. For teachers we also offer free preview visits.

Are you happy for children to take photos, video or audio?

Photography and videoing is permitted throughout Cadbury World with the exception of the ‘Packaging Plant.’

What is your process for booking pre arranged risk assessments?

Cadbury World offers free teacher preview visits for 1 teacher and 1 guest. The aforementioned is available on any of our open days and offers the teacher the opportunity to carry out their own risk assessment.

Does your venue have an education officer?

We have our education team headed by Education and Heritage Centre Manager Colin Pitt. To contact Colin or the team, email cwe@mdlz.com or call 0855 880 7667.

What is the cost of the visit?

£8.15 per pupil (up to the age of 17 and inclusive).

£9.65 per pupil to include a talk

£10.70 per adult - one free adult admission for every 8 paying school children

Coach Driver – one free adult admission and meal voucher

FREE preview visit for teachers

FREE downloadable resources and workbooks

Is specific clothing required for the trip?

The wearing of school uniform or casual clothes is at the discretion of the school.

Do you have first aid on site or will the group need to bring a qualified first aider?

All security personnel and 1 in 4 front of house staff are trained first aiders. Furthermore, our First Aid Room is located in Reception.

Please list facilities available.

We have two gifts shops, a restaurant, disabled toilets, a Changing Places facility and baby changing rooms. Situated at the rear of the main building in the children’s’ play area (suitable for up to 12 year olds), the Bournville Experience Museum, 4D Chocolate Adventure, and a marquee and picnic tables set aside for packed lunches.

What are your disabled facilities?

We are DDA compliant with audio tours and mini scripts for visual and hearing impaired visitors. Wheelchair access is limited in the factory as it is part of the working building. We do have an AFA rate (Access For All) for any pupils with disabilities or require 1:1 support.

What are your opening days and hours?

As opening times are seasonal and varied please refer to the Cadbury World web site or select option 2 on our Reservation line 0844 880 7667. During term time Cadbury World opens at 10.00hrs with last entrance at 15.00hrs.

See Link: https://www.cadburyworld.co.uk/plan-your-visit/opening-times

Do you have any testimonials from previous schools we can include?

I would also like to add how impressed I am with Cadbury's with how efficient and well organized the trip was, which was suggested by Cadbury's employees. I was exceptional happy with the talk and how the whole day went and got positive feedback from students.

I was overwhelmed by how accommodating you were for us, and the kids had such a brilliant time! Thank you very much for being so willing to share your resources. I've been able to give the kids a quiz today to see how much they have remembered, and they really did take lots of the information in! I'm super chuffed!

Is there anything else that you feel is important and want to include in your information?

Cadbury World can provide packed lunches for you to collect on the day of your visit. Prices start from £4.50. The options available are on the schools page on our website.

Cadbury World

2. Do you have a video on YouTube or anywhere else that you would like to link to?

Please visit https://www.cadburyworld.co.uk/schools-and-groups/schools for further information on the unique experience Cadbury World can offer for your school trip.

3. Are you on Twitter, Facebook or any other social media and what are the links?

Twitter: @CadburyWorld https://twitter.com/CadburyWorld

Facebook: @CadburyWorldUK https://www.facebook.com/CadburyWorldUK

Instagram: @CadburyWorldUK https://www.instagram.com/cadburyworlduk/

YouTube: Cadbury World https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvFcrBnfs2eyIwqkYbUIIcA

G+: Cadbury World https://plus.google.com/+CadburyWorld

4. Exactly what does your venue offer to educational visits?

Discoverthe origins of the cocoa bean amidst trees and waterfalls in the Aztec Jungle.
Learn the history behind the creation of the Cadbury factory and Bournville village by the Cadbury brothers.
Explore how Cadbury manufacture popular products and 100 years of innovative advertising and packaging design.
Watch our chocolatiers work their magic as they reveal the ingredients and making of chocolate.
Enjoy the magical Cadabra ride and an adventurous journey in our 4D cinema experience!

Expand your class' knowledge with a one hour curriculum-linked educational talk to complement your self-guided tour, featuring interactive and engaging examples to support your topics, presented in our themed education rooms.

5. Why are you a great place for educational visits?

With 25 years' experience and more than 2,000 school groups attending each year, Cadbury World offers a unique experience that gives fascinating insight into the rich heritage of the nation's favourite chocolate brand.

We offer 18 different educational talks suitable from key stage 1 up to key stage 5 including the history of chocolate, design and technology, Ancient Mayan Civilizations, Marketing, Science, ICT and Geography. There are also workbooks that can be completed during the visit which are available to download from our website.

6. Do you have the LOtC Quality Badge or any other accreditation such as AALA?

During early 2009, Cadbury World confirmed its’ reputation as one of the best educational visits in the U.K. by being accredited with the ‘Learning Outside the Classroom Quality Badge.’

7. What does a typical educational visit include?

Your visit will take around 4.5 hours. This includes an educational talk (optional), entrance into Cadbury World, our fantastic 4D cinema show and the fascinating Bournville Experience Museum. In addition to this, we also have the World’s Biggest Cadbury Shop where there are treats suitable for all budgets! Additional educational talks have been specifically designed for key stages 1-5, so you can mix and match topics or cover specific points.

KS1 & 2 Bean to Bar - Originality of raw materials (supports the IPC chocolate topic)
KS1 & 2 The Maya (Ancient Mayan Civilization) - The great city of Chichen Itza, Maya Gods and their fascinating counting system
KS1 & 2 Aztecs - The rise and fall of Montezuma and the wonders of the maguey plant
KS1 & 2 Design & Technology - New Product Development, including packaging design
KS1 & 2 Victorians - Case study of George Cadbury as a famous Victorian
KS1 & 2 Rainforests - Flora, fauna and creatures of the Ghana rainforests
KS1 & 2 Building a Village: Settlements - A comparison of life in Bournville, UK and Adjeikrom, Ghana
KS1 & 2 Chocolate Through The Ages - Explore how cocoa originated from ancient civilizations to Cadbury heritage
KS3 & 4 Design and Food Technology
KS3 & 4 Geography
KS4 Science
KS4 Leisure and Tourism Marketing
KS4 Leisure and Tourism Customer Service
KS4 ICT
KS4 Investigating Business
KS4 Business Studies Marketing
KS5 Business Studies Marketing
KS5 People in Business

8. What group sizes do you cater for?

Cadbury World can accommodate thousands of visitors each day. Talks are available for groups of any size.

9. Do you provide projects, teacher’s packs, work sheets or any useful information?

Download our free online workbooks and resources here: https://www.cadburyworld.co.uk/schools-and-groups/schools/resources, including factsheets on Cadbury and Bournville, and BTEC and GCSE workbooks. For teachers we also offer free preview visits.

10. Are you happy for children to take photos, video or audio?

Photography and videoing is permitted throughout Cadbury World with the exception of the ‘Packaging Plant.’

11. What is your process for booking pre arranged risk assessments?

Cadbury World offers free teacher preview visits for 1 teacher and 1 guest. The aforementioned is available on any of our open days and offers the teacher the opportunity to carry out their own risk assessment.

12. Does your venue have an education officer?

We have our education team headed by Education and Heritage Centre Manager Colin Pitt. To contact Colin or the team, email cwe@mdlz.com or call 0855 880 7667.

13. What is the cost: of the visit?

£8.15 per pupil (up to the age of 17 and inclusive).
£9.65 per pupil to include a talk

£10.70 per adult - one free adult admission for every 8 paying school children

Coach Driver – one free adult admission and meal voucher

FREE preview visit for teachers

FREE downloadable resources and workbooks

14. Is specific clothing required for the trip?

The wearing of school uniform or casual clothes is at the discretion of the school.

15. Do you have first aid on site or will the group need to bring a qualified first aider?

All security personnel and 1 in 4 front of house staff are trained first aiders. Furthermore, our First Aid Room is located in Reception.

16. Please list facilities available.

We have two gifts shops, a restaurant, disabled toilets, a Changing Places facility and baby changing rooms. Situated at the rear of the main building in the children’s’ play area (suitable for up to 12 year olds), the Bournville Experience Museum, 4D Chocolate Adventure, and a marquee and picnic tables set aside for packed lunches.

17. What are your disabled facilities?

We are DDA compliant with audio tours and mini scripts for visual and hearing impaired visitors. Wheelchair access is limited in the factory as it is part of the working building. We do have an AFA rate (Access For All) for any pupils with disabilities or require 1:1 support.

18. What are your opening days and hours?

As opening times are seasonal and varied please refer to the Cadbury World web site or select option 2 on our Reservation line 0844 880 7667. During term time Cadbury World opens at 10.00hrs with last entrance at 15.00hrs.

See Link: http://www.cadburyworld.co.uk/planyourvisit/openingtimes

19. Do you have any testimonials from previous schools we can include?

I would also like to add how impressed I am with Cadbury's with how efficient and well organized the trip was, which was suggested by Cadbury's employees. I was exceptional happy with the talk and how the whole day went and got positive feedback from students.

I was overwhelmed by how accommodating you were for us, and the kids had such a brilliant time! Thank you very much for being so willing to share your resources. I've been able to give the kids a quiz today to see how much they have remembered, and they really did take lots of the information in! I'm super chuffed!

20. Is there anything else that you feel is important and want to include in your information?

Cadbury World can provide packed lunches for you to collect on the day of your visit. Prices start from £4.50. The options available are on the schools page on our website.


Age of Children / Pupils: Pre-school 5 – 7 years 8 – 10 years 11 – 13 years 14 – 16 years College University

Type of Visit: Historic Buildings Historical Heritage Museums Picnic Areas Science & Technology SEN Themed Attractions Walking Tours

Curriculum Topics Covered: Business Studies Citizenship Design and Technology Geography History ICT Leisure & Tourism Science

Months Open: All Year Round January February March April May June July August September October November December


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