Social Skills

School Trips are a fantastic learning experience for primary and secondary students and educational group members to learn outside of the classroom in differing environments to gain social skills and build existing and new relationships. That’s why learning out side of the classroom is so important.

These differing environments enhance skill sets such as team working abilities, which benefits each student to experience and understand the benefits of social relationships within that group. This interlinks with elements of education that focus on social skills and the educational learning environment.

Students will gain confidence through activities provided on a school trip and understand, improve and create better relationships. This learning opptunity is new as it’s an exciting external environment that will stimulate and challenge. This intern creates a fun, safe learning environment for both teacher and student.

All aspects of a student’s social skills will be put to the test through hands on involvement, communicative integration, cognitive thinking within a team, thus creating stimulation of the creative and imaginative mid set of that student to analyse, assess and problem solve within a given group or situation.

A School trip environment can help shape and enhance a student’s social skill set which will be used constantly and required in the working and social environments that exist today and provide valuable experience for the future.


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Located in 20 acres of mature woodland, award winning Nuclear Wild Forest delivers unique, adventurous school trips. Being outdoors is beneficial to mental & physical wellbeing. Students grow in confidence, developing co-ordination skills & resilience.
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Sea Life Centre Scarborough provides educational groups and schools with hands on aquarium experiences and fits with KS1 & KS2 curriculum. Workshops include learning about sea creature habitats and understanding marine conservation and plastic pollution.
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At The Burwardsley Conway Centre, there is a replica Iron Age Roundhouse. Here, pupils can learn about the culture, art, and farming from this fascinating period.
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Whether your students cook over an open fire, build shelters to sleep in, or learn how to navigate through dense woodland, Residential School Trips at The Bushcraft Company have something for everyone, perfect for enrichment learning experiences.
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Sea Life Centre Hunstanton provides educational groups and schools with hands on aquarium experiences. Workshops include learning about sea creature habitats and understanding marine conservation due to issues such as plastic pollution.
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Ufton Court provides educational groups with engaging History School Trips and Outdoor Learning Courses. Whether you want to explore the Grade 1 Tudor Manor House, flog Boudicca in the Roundhouse or learn some new forest skills, We provide many options
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Camp Redwood Residential Centre in Sherwood Forest in Nottingham is a unique venue providing pupils with the opportunity to get back to basics with outdoor experiences designed to help them develop and grow on a perfect school day trip.
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Escapologist's escape rooms present your students with both physical and psychological puzzles, creating a thrilling and enticing experience that also tests a pupils cognitive ability and team work. A fun Escape Game learning experience for schools.
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Sea Life Centre Great Yarmouth provides educational groups and schools with hands on aquarium experiences. Workshops include learning about sea creature habitats and understanding marine conservation due to issues such as plastic pollution.
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The Bear Grylls Adventure, Birmingham, offers a plethora of activities, including a Royal Marines-inspired assault course that will thrill and excite your students, creating the perfect reward trip for you pupils.
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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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A trip to the National Coal Mining Museum Scotland creates memorable learning experiences for students of all ages that will last. A visit supports learning in subjects including Science, Art and History for Key Stages 1 through to 4.
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