ICT

School Children start to experience technology at key stage 1 through to key stage 3 and beyond, lesions focus on computer science and the fundamentals of information and computation. They experience and learn digital systems & information technology to create programs and systems. ICT is all around us in the work place and at home, school ICT trips can provide such a great interactive way of your school pupils seeing, experiencing this first hand in the workplace and gaining knowledge of how computing is used in everyday life, and giving them a glimpse into the future of technology. See all of our venues below that can provide this.


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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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The National Museum of Computing is home to the world’s largest collection of working historic computers. From WW2 codebreaking machines to the world's oldest working electronic computer, it is the perfect place to engage students in STEM topics.
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TOUROPE UK provides educational tours, in which students can fully immerse themselves into English culture and experience everything, whether it be using public transportation or discovering the wealth of history England has to offer.
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Accelerated learning by doing and the ultimate adventure activity experience; a chance to enhance education, put theory into practice and encourage independence, self-awareness and teamwork every day.
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Techniquest provides a unique experience in supporting teachers in their teaching of numeracy and literacy and digital competence through a broad and dynamic science and maths programme in its Centre in Cardiff Bay, and through Outreach at your school.
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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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Pleasurewood Hills is a fabulous Theme Park where students can have fun and enjoy action-packed days out! Whether your students want to take on one of the thrilling rides, or would prefer to watch an engaging show, there is something for everyone.
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The National Videogame Museum uses the very technology that students are increasingly familiar with as a medium for them to unleash their creativity and to also teach them valuable technical skills.
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Pelham is close to Stansted and the M11 on the Hertfordshire border. The centre manages nature reserves which act as outdoor classrooms for visiting groups.
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A trip to the Science Museum will enhance your classroom teaching and bring to life the science, technology, engineering, and maths that has shaped our lives today. Suitable for all age groups, with interactive galleries, exhibitions, and even workshops.
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Here at Green’s Windmill and Science Centre, students can discover the famous story of George Green and explore the science behind what allows a windmill to turn grain into flour. This is an immersive experience that will be enjoyed by all!
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Exciting & educational day for children of all ages, with over 1000 wild animals in over 300 acres of beautiful parkland; you’ll get an unparalleled close encounters with some of the world’s most magnificent & endangered animals.
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