Environmental Studies

Environmental studies focus on the social environment and what impact this has on the natural environment around us and the issues it creates, pupils and children on a field study school trip can focus on subjects such as geography, biology and the environment. This can include school topics such as coastal erosion, countryside management and woodlands. The best way of experiencing this is hands on in the environment you are studying out of the classroom. We have a great range of field study centres below that can provide curriculum courses covering key stages but can also tailor make a course to meet your objectives.


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Kingswood offers a complete educational and adventure activity programme for young people across the UK and around the world; an experience that aids personal development, teaches key life-skills and helps build confidence and self-belief.
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Schools Without Walls offers creative workshops that centre around outdoor activities, with a specific focus on the environment and art. Workshops can be designed around your requirements, making it a versatile and exciting school trip destination.
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Wildlife park for British animals only, past & present, set in an ancient coppiced woodland. The education team uses both the animal collection (including wolves, lynx, owls, deer, wild boar, bison, badgers, elk & reindeer) & the woodland for teaching.
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Allnatt School Camp provides a unique school trip experience, where students can take part in portable outdoor activities and also enjoy a residential experience in the safety and comfort of their own school grounds.
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Housed in the original 19th century quarry workshops, The National Slate Museum offers historically focused school trips, where students can explore the largest working water wheel in Britain as well as experience real blacksmith demonstrations.
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All sessions are designed to meet the requirements of the National Curriculum and are very much hands-on and educational, while still being great fun and very exciting.
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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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Traditional narrow boats on Regent's canal through Regent's Park, London Zoo, the Maida Hill Tunnel and the lively bustle of Camden Lock Market. Expands your students knowledge of history, geography, design and technology, engineering and art.
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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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Set in the peaceful grounds of Tiggywinkles the worlds largest wildlife hospital and Europes first teaching hospital we have developed a very popular educational trail with the chance of meeting some of our permanent residents.
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Folly Farm is an award-winning, sustainable education centre, set in a 250-acre nature reserve in the Chew Valley – just 10 miles from Bath and Bristol.
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The North Moors National Park offers a wide range of activities to help KS1, KS2 and KS3 students to experience and enjoy the spectacular countryside and coast of Whitby, Yorkshire.
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