Geography

A geography school trip allows pupils and students to explore many subjects including human geography, physical geography and natural geography all of these can be taught in the classroom in relation to theory, but to gain a hands-on experience there is no better way than outside of the classroom on a school geography trip. School classes will experience different types of landscapes first-hand and the ever-changing environmental conditions plus the physical structures created by human hands.


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Set in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, visitors are introduced to the science & wonder of the subterranean world. The cave walk covers one mile, ensuring that learning is combined with exercise!  Paths and lighting have been installed throughout. 
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The South Downs Planetarium and Science Centre was established to provide a facility where people of all ages could learn about science in a very visual and exciting way.
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Originally a Victorian farm, Hatton Adventure World is the result of a farm diversification programme to create one of the leading leisure attractions in Warwickshire.
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Hulls award winning aquarium, The Deep is home to over 5000 animals including critically endangered green sawfish (the only pair in the UK), sharks, rays and turtles. Not forgetting an array of invertebrates and a colony of Gentoo penguins!
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Roves Farm is a family run, working farm open to the public. We are located three miles east of Swindon and offer days out and school visits year round, with particular emphasis on hands on learning.
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The Science Zone offers interactive educational experiences, where students can explore life-sized dinosaurs and the Solar System. The variety of activities that are available ensures that all students will remain engaged and interested.
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Carymoor Environmental Trust provides inspirational outdoor learning. Our nature reserve has a wide variety of habitats to explore and our unique location next to a working landfill site makes Carymoor the perfect place to bring green issues to life.
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Whether you want to get up close and personal with the giraffes, walk with the lemurs or watch the rhinos graze on the house lawns, Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens has something for everyone, even the teachers.
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Henley Fort is a Victorian Fort built during the late 19th Century to protect London from invasion by the French; later it was used by the Home Guard in World War 2 as a re-supply depot.
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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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Impressive frontier fortress with 900 years of history – excellent for medieval, Tudor and Civil War topics, a sense of how the site has changed over time and what life was like for the people who lived here.
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The Bear Grylls Adventure is the home of earth’s greatest adventure challenges, designed to test the limits of all students'. It is designed for pupils aged 8 and upwards to take on some of the world's most incredible mental and physical challenges.
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