Storytelling

A Storytelling school trip can pique an interest or enthusiasm for reading from a young age, which is clearly very important for any child’s development. Through reading children can be open to learn about life and the world around them through an engaging and exciting story regardless of age or ability. Reading can help promote an understanding of traditions and cultural differences and has been proven over time, to help a listener develop empathy within by considering our own actions and reactions to things and others. A storytelling event school trip can be especially useful for children ranging from nursery to Key stage 1 to Key stage 4 ages, developing pupils’ competence with literacy and core language across the school curriculum, encouraging imagination, art, creativity, and also helping with focus and social skills as they listen to others and learn the patience to let others speak.


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The Jewish Museum London offers a space for students to further their learning of Judaism on religious and historical schools trips. Students are given the opportunity to handle historical objects and ask questions.
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Magdalen Farm provides engaging, stimulating and exciting Residential School Trips, where students have the opportunity to learn through real outdoor adventures.
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Mojo Outdoor Activity Centre provides a fantastic environment where students can engage in a number of various outdoor activities that can be focused on a wide range of curriculum, such as the Vikings, science or survival skills.
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Here at Manchester River Cruises, students can experience the historic city of Manchester in a unique and intriguing way. As well as enjoying the river experience, students can also view many tourist attractions and cultural sites.
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Drusillas Park provides fun educational visits for younger students, where classes can get up close and personal with various animals and also enjoy the fabulous play area with numerous slides, swings and climbable things.
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The Ancient Technology Centre offers visiting groups the opportunity to learn and experience first-hand the skills and crafts that our ancient and not so distant ancestors practised.
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Shadows of York Ghost Walk provides you and your students with the opportunity to explore the most haunted city in England. This is a thrilling and more engaging way for students to discover history.
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Blackpool Zoo in Lancashire is a multi-award-winning zoo with over 1,000 animals, educational visits and tours can be guided or self-guided, lessons take place in an education academy with dedicated themed classrooms for pupils to experience and learn.
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14.5 acres of grounds is large and adventurous enough for any school cohort, but with the Hall at the centre of the grounds it's a safe and contained space.
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A visit to The Postal Museum supports learning across the curriculum for all key stages, from EYFS, key stages 1 – 5 and SEN groups.
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The Natural History Museum provides exceptional School Trip experiences. Here, students can explore all areas of the curriculum in a unique yet engaging environment and with the help of the highly qualified team of staff.
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Wildlife park for British animals only, past & present, set in an ancient coppiced woodland. The education team uses both the animal collection (including wolves, lynx, owls, deer, wild boar, bison, badgers, elk & reindeer) & the woodland for teaching.
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