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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At the heart of the World Heritage Site is the Roman Baths. On a visit you can see the ruins of the Temple of Minerva, visit the bath-house where people bathed nearly 2000 years ago and see the only hot springs in the UK.
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The National Army Museum London hold various school workshops for all ages, with a wide selection of interactive, curriculum-linked sessions taught by National Army Museum staff.
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Go Ape offers physically challenging school trips, where students have the chance to appreciate their natural environment and develop various new life skills.
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We provide day outdoor adventure activities and team building and development for school groups.
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A trip to the Science Museum will provide a rich context for learning about the science that shapes our lives. We'll help you put together an engaging itinerary to support your teaching and inspire pupils' curiosity and skills across a range of subjects.
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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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Purpose-built for school groups, students benefit from first-class study and adventure facilities in an idyllic location overlooking the picturesque beauty of the Wrekin and Clee Hills.
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Discover what life was like on board the legendary ship Cutty Sark, the world’s sole surviving tea clipper & fastest ship of her time. This 19th-century ship has been raised over 3 metres allowing you the jaw-dropping experience of walking underneath.
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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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The Isle of Wight offers superb study opportunities, both for tourism, regeneration and the environment - and it is well known for being a rich source of fossils, bones and dinosaur remains.
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A visit to Rhondda Heritage Park will offer Educational opportunities from Early Years Foundation Stage through to 6th Form Colleges.
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On the doorstep to the Peak District, this centre offers a dramatic setting for outdoor education, with grit stone edges, wild heather moorlands and gentle limestone dales.
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