School Virtual Tours

The Covid-19 pandemic has not only changed our lives but has also deeply impacted the education of our nation’s students. The new restrictions that have been introduced due to Coronavirus will for a period of time change the dynamics of School Trips and School Workshops meaning that many fantastic day trip venues are currently offering online School Virtual Tours. But that won’t stop our team here at UK School Trips! We believe that School Trips and fun educational experiences are critical when it comes to students’ learning. And that is why we are thrilled to introduce a new online form of School Trip - Virtual Tours!

Virtual Tours take students on informative and engaging tours without any physical interaction. With the use of Zoom, whole classes can be transported to whatever educational venue they desire. And the best part is that all students can be involved, even those who are self-isolating at home! This is the perfect way to bring some excitement into your pupils’ learning whilst also ensuring that everyone stays safe. 

Virtual Tours work pretty much in the same way that any educational tour would operate. Students will be shown around the educational venue, while a member of staff gives a detailed talk. At the end of the tour, students will then have the chance to ask any questions they might have and engage more with the session. 

If Virtual Tours sound like something you and your class would be interested in, you can book yours now here at UK School Trips.

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