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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At Godstone Farm, students have the chance to interact with over 500 animals and enjoy both the indoor and outdoor play areas. This is the perfect school trip destination for environment or animal-based school trips.
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Hindleap Warren is set in 300 acres of ancient woodland in East Sussex, and provides residential and day course opportunities to primary and secondary schools.
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Our programmes incorporate our Lasergaming, Oxfordshire's ONLY High Ropes Tree-Top adventure Course, Tree climbing, Crate Stacking, orienteering, team challenges, team task stations and much more.
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Teesside Princess is a pleasure vessel that offers all groups and ages a chance to experience the beauty of the River Tees.
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We are the only high ropes journey course in Essex. We cater for children from the age of 6, but we recommend our ropes course for School Year 5 and over.
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Boulder Adventures is based in Llanberis, We provide fun adventures for many school groups but our core work is week-long residentials, Activities include: rock climbing, canoeing, gorge scrambling, raft building & coasteering, we tailor make your trip.
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The Living Rainforest offers a unique educational visit for students of all ages to learn how the future of tropical rain forests and other ecosystems is closely connected to human lives and lifestyles.
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Beaudesert Outdoor Residential Centre provides individual sleeping lodges as well as a tented village where students can camp and enjoy the outdoor environment.
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Impressive frontier fortress with 900 years of history – excellent for medieval, Tudor and Civil War topics, 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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Anglesey Sea Zoo and Marine Resource Centre Wales provides fun educational school trips, where students can immerse themselves into interactive guided tours about seashore safaris, native marine habitats, lobster hatchery's and seahorse nursery's.
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A surprising trip for young minds with river wildlife, not too much Shakespeare and a 200 hundred year old working lock.

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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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