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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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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English Heritage is to be applauded for their development of the Discovery Visits, which interpret the story of a site and give a sense of time and place to visiting schools.
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The Isle of Wight offers superb study opportunities, both for tourism, regeneration and the environment - and it is well known for being a rich source of fossils, bones and dinosaur remains.
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We aim to promote greater understanding & enjoyment of the historic environment. We offer learning groups FREE ENTRY to 400+ venues, free planning visits, property information, useful online resources, education facilities, resources & activities.
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We aim to promote greater understanding & enjoyment of the historic environment. We offer learning groups FREE ENTRY to 400+ venues, free planning visits, property information, useful online resources, education facilities, resources & activities.
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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 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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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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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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The Winchester Science Centre and Planetarium is bringing science into the classroom with their Ultimate STEM School Takeout Workshops, providing school groups with educational activities that spark curiosity in science, technology, engineering and maths.
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The 9-acre site is also a registered water-sports centre, making it a perennially-popular choice with young people, teachers and group leaders alike.
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We aim to provide a wonderful opportunity for children to experience new challenges, whilst learning valuable life skills, gaining confidence and most of all having a fun packed, active holiday that they'll never forget.
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