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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With four special in-door excavation pits, all based on real-life digs in the city and filled with replica Roman, Viking, medieval and Victorian finds, children can grab a trowel and explore how people lived in these times.
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Set in the heart of rural north Devon, Great Potheridge is a historic grade 1 listed manor house, 16 miles from Okehampton & 45 miles from Exeter. We can accommodate up to 70 within the house & adjacent barn complex. Offering sole use to groups. 
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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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Woodrow High House is London Youth’s outdoor education centre in Buckinghamshire, providing bespoke activity programmes dependent on the objectives of your visit. Visitors include primary, secondary, independent & special needs schools.
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Adventure Activities UK is a provider of memories, achievements, laughter and skills... all in the most amazing outdoor settings across the south coast of England. Our range of land and water activities have something for everyone!
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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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Insider London offer a variety of alternative guided tours of London ideal for school trips from colleges from around the world and teachers of history, business, economics, marketing, environmental issues.
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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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Set on a beautiful fellside, this 18-acre park has a wonderful rural feel where young people feel instantly at home, enjoying the best of the countryside and the resulting study opportunities on offer.
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ZSL London Zoo offers inspirational school trips, where students have the opportunity to discover over 650 different species of animals and explore wildlife in a unique and stimulating way.
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Oxford Castle and Prison provides school trip workshops, where students can learn about the 1000-year-old history of the castle and its surrounding environment. The knowledgeable staff and various activities ensure that all students are interested.
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Colehayes Park was established as a Field Study Centre in 1970 & has been providing excellent facilities to Primary School’s, 6th Form Colleges and University’s in a relaxed & comfortable environment ever since, Great for school trips.
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