Citizenship

Citizenship education is about enabling children to make their own decisions and to take responsibility for their own lives in the community around them. Pupils study this at secondary school but how better to experience this subject than first hand in the community around you or even better on a school trip to grasp, gauge and learn political, legal and economic functions of adult society, and with the social and moral awareness to thrive in it and gain skills such as communication, initiative, social interaction and teamwork.


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The Education Programme offers maximum educational value through unique & stimulating learning experiences, from hands-on workshops in our Education Centre covering topics from habitats & conservation to forces & DT, We have a wide range to fit your needs
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WiseUp Team Building provides enjoyable yet educational workshops, in which students will enjoy a whole day of fun challenges and tasks. After taking part, students will display an improvement in their communication skills and ability to co-operate.
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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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Captivating children's imagination with images of armoured knights and regal queens, this is the ideal setting for a school residential.
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There's a diverse range of study environments to choose from along the North Norfolk coast and further inland on the Norfolk Broads, with plenty of educational opportunities available on-site too.
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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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All trips are deigned to fit in with the national history KS1 and 2 curriculum - local history, John Cabot and the discovery of Newfoundland, the famous Bristol pirate Blackbeard, and life on board a Tudor ship.
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Holt Hall, home to Norfolk County Council's Environmental and Outdoor Learning Team, specialises in using the outdoors and environment to develop skills and raise achievement.
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Our guided tours teach childrenin an educational but fun way about animals and birds. We cover habitats, baby animals, colours, caring for animals, eating habits and much more. Tours can be tailored to suit subjects related to the national curriculum.
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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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A beautifully-converted Welsh hill farm at the foot of the Black Mountains, in the Brecon Beacons National Park. Part of Essex Outdoors, it has been providing residential outdoor education courses for over 30 years.
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The Electric Cinema is the oldest working cinema in the whole of the UK; first opening in 1909 we are soon to celebrate our 100th Birthday.
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