PSHE

PSHE in schools (Personal, Social, Health Education) is a modern subject that is non-compulsory within the curriculum. Another subject hidden within this title is Citizenship. The key subjects are broken down for pupils to learn about health, lifestyles, wellbeing, personal relationships and citizenship being a positive member within your community. There is no better way to do this than on a PSHE school trip outside the classroom to engauge your pupils in a different location or venue to learn these subjects and learn skills in a team working environment.


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The National Holocaust Centre and Museum provide an outreach service Nationwide bringing expertise and creativity to provide access to museum collections and testimony of Holocaust survivors. Programmes are fully accessible and SEN inclusive to students.
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Rock Up provides students with endless fun, exciting interactive activities to experience that will test their mental & physical abilities in a team building environment with dozens of climbing walls at different levels of challenge like Clip 'n Climb.
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An impressive frontier fortress with 900 years of history – excellent for Medieval, Tudor and Civil War topics. Carlisle Castle provides students with 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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Offering curriculum linked activities on a working farm with in the beautiful surroundings of Bodenham Arboretum. All key stages catered for with experiential learning, developing inquisitive & positive relationships within the natural  environment. 
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On the doorstep of the Peak District, this centre offers a dramatic setting for outdoor adventure and education; set amongst wild heather moorlands and gentle limestone dales.
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Wight Karting provides fun and adrenaline fuelled entertainment, where students can take part in adventurous go-karting activities on the beautiful Isle of Wight.
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