Geography

A geography school trip allows pupils and students to explore many subjects including human geography, physical geography and natural geography all of these can be taught in the classroom in relation to theory, but to gain a hands-on experience there is no better way than outside of the classroom on a school geography trip. School classes will experience different types of landscapes first-hand and the ever-changing environmental conditions plus the physical structures created by human hands.


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Education Destination provide's curriculum-relevant educational visits for school trips to the Isle of Wight
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Go Ape provides active school trips, where students can take park in adventurous activities while also improving on life skills, such as confidence and working as a team.
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Discover the largest stalactite and stalagmite in the Peak District and learn how water has eroded this vast series of chambers over millions of years then lined the cavern with incredible calcite crystal formations.
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Carymoor Environmental Trust provides inspirational outdoor learning. Our nature reserve has a wide variety of habitats to explore and our unique location next to a working landfill site makes Carymoor the perfect place to bring green issues to life.
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Designed to support the new National Curriculum & relevant learning standards; a session can involve a tour of Old Trafford, an interactive workshop & time for individual learning within the Museum. Groups can use the exclusive Apollo pitch.
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Bocketts Farm Park is situated within the stunning countryside and offers students the opportunity to experience farm life in detail. Students can watch the pig race, ride on a tractor, cuddle with the rabbits and also feed many of the animals.
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English Heritage is to be applauded for the development of the Discovery Visits, which interpret the story of the site and give a sense of time and place to visiting schools.
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The Jaguar Land Rover Engine Manufacturing Centre offers engaging school trips in which students can take part in practical activities and experience a more hands-on approach when it comes to learning.
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Located in the New Forest National Park, Avon Tyrrell, the UK Youth Outdoor Activity Centre is an established site offering outdoor learning opportunities.
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Hooke Court Field Study Centres in Dorset and South Wales offer fabulous learning experiences outside the classroom for children of all ages.
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Celtic Harmony Camp, the UK’s largest Iron Age settlement, provides a program of Prehistory Residential and Day trips covering Stone, Bronze and Iron Age Britain. Immerse your class in Ancient Britain with hands-on outdoor experiential learning!
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Cadbury World offers a unique experience that gives a fascinating insight into the rich heritage of the nation’s favourite chocolate. Your visit will take around 4.5 hours. This includes an educational talk or workshop (optional)
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