Religious Education

This subject is taught at Key stage 1 & 2 of the curriculum but can all of this be taught from a text book. A religious education school trip is perfect for pupils to learn in the outside environment about the historical importance of religion within society and look, feel and see physical buildings that have come to shape because of this subject so why not go and see first-hand abbeys, churches, cathedrals and religious centres shrines and museums.


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Inspiring and exciting educational trips designed to bring subjects to life, extend students’ learning and develop their appreciation of local and international cultures outside the classroom. There is simply nothing like an SJA Trip! 
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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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English Heritage should be applauded for their development of the Discovery Visit, which interprets the story of a site, giving a sense of time and place to visiting schools.
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Based in Somerset, we offer everything you need for an educational, fun-packed school trip. With over 100 different animal species (from chicks to elephants!), we provide great learning opportunities for all ages and abilities.
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Iron Age Settlements, Roman Forts, Medieval Abbeys, Tudor Castles, Victorian Mansions and Gardens, and even World War Fortresses - you name it, our exceptional, out-of-the-classroom sites offer unlimited cross-curricular learning opportunities.
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English Heritage should be applauded for their development of the Discovery Visit, which interprets the story of a site, giving a sense of time and place to visiting schools.
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English Heritage should be applauded for their development of the Discovery Visit, which interprets the story of a site, giving a sense of time and place to visiting schools.
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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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From the 13th-century Beaulieu Abbey to revolutionary motoring breakthroughs at the National Motor Museum, the attraction offers a wide range of opportunities for educational groups.
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At the heart of the World Heritage Site is the Roman Baths. On an educational visit, you can see the ruins of the Temple of Minerva, visit the bath-house where people bathed nearly 2000 years ago and see the only hot springs in the UK.
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Hill House Outdoor Residential Centre, Somerset believes in developing personal and social skills, to build self esteem and for school children to learn about their environment and themselves.
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At Waddesdon Manor, students can explore a fairytale chateau that was built in the 1870s by the historically fascinating Rothschild family. Here, students can discover a fabulous collection of art and treasures.
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