Technology

It is a known that children and youngsters are becoming more and more interested in learning about and using technology, so why not consider a design & technology school trip to improve engagement and team working with and between your students in and out of the classroom? A school visit encompassing technology can offer children & youngsters across all Key stages the opportunity to learn new and interesting ways of doing things in a modern world, not to mention that it could also offer the opportunity to view some amazing architecture, & art along the way. View our full range of venues to see how a technology focused school trip could be interlinked with current curriculum studies and specific subject topics.


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Iron Age settlements, Roman forts, medieval abbeys, Tudor castles, Victorian mansions and gardens, World War fortresses - you name it, our exceptional out of the classroom sites offer unlimited cross-curricular learning opportunities.
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English Heritage is to be applauded for the development of the Discovery Visits, which interpret the story of the site and give a sense of time and place to visiting schools.
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Cadbury World West Midlands offers a unique experience that gives a fascinating insight into the rich heritage of the nation’s favourite chocolate. Your visit will take around 4.5 hours. This includes an educational talk or workshop (optional).
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The National Army Museum London hold various school workshops for all ages, with a wide selection of interactive, curriculum-linked sessions taught by National Army Museum staff.
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Home to 70 rides and attractions, and set in over 140 acres of beautiful gardens, Paultons is the ideal venue for an exciting and stimulating school visit. New for 2020, visit Tornado Springs – with 8 thrilling rides and attractions (opens 19th May).
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Celtic Harmony Camp, the UK’s largest Iron Age settlement, provides a program of Prehistory Residential and Day trips covering Stone, Bronze and Iron Age Britain. Immerse your class in Ancient Britain with hands-on outdoor experiential learning!
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Harbour Park situated on Littlehampton's sandy beach and alongside the historic harbour is a fantastic venue to get your pupils out of the classroom and into an interesting and engaging learning environment.
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Legoland Discovery Centre provides students with the opportunity to use Lego as an educational tool. There are various activities that will test a number of different skills, such as building workshops and exploring architecture through the use of Lego.
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The British Motor Museum is great for students of all ages. Our amazing collection tells the story of people, products and places linked to Britain’s motor industry & can help support studies across many areas of the National Curriculum.
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English Heritage is to be applauded for the development of the Discovery Visits, which interpret the story of the site and give a sense of time and place to visiting schools.
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The Retro Computer Museum Leicestershire provides historically focused school trips, where your students will have the chance to discover various computer and console systems from the 1960's onwards.
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iFLY Indoor Skydiving provides the ultimate school trip experience! Students will not only learn about the science behind human flight but also get to experience it first-hand in an out-of-this-world activity.
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