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 Real Mary King’s Close, students and pupils will be taken back in time to discover the hidden streets and houses of Edinburgh. Costumed characters and real life stories ensure that this historical school trip is intriguing and full of history.
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Hulls award winning aquarium, The Deep is home to over 5000 animals including critically endangered green sawfish (the only pair in the UK), sharks, rays and turtles. Not forgetting an array of invertebrates and a colony of Gentoo penguins!
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Crocodiles of the World are the UK’s only crocodile zoo, with its largest crocodile collection and one of the best collections in Europe they provide excellent workshops for school trips and educational groups.
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From the Discovery Den, our education centre at Ferry Meadows, we offer a range of educational activities, designed by qualified teachers, to tie in with National Curriculum requirements at all levels.
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One of the most important and complete Roman villas in Britain with outstanding mosaics and an extensive range of collections and activities for learning.
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The Slate Caverns in the heart of the Welsh Mountains North Wales, offering the Llechwedd Deep Mine Tour. The Llechwedd Deep Mine Tour is an award winning interactive tour with new technology featuring a beautiful projection over the underground lake.
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The Raptor Foundation is a Bird of Prey conservation & education centre with 25 years of experience. The centre is open to the public & offers a unique, exciting place to meet & learn more about owls, hawks, eagles, falcons plus Reptile & Meerkat exhibits
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Broads Tours have been introducing the Broads, Britain’s magical waterland to school children for many years. These fun educational trips can be tailored to fit in with the curriculum being studied by individual schools.
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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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Roves Farm is a family run, working farm open to the public. We are located three miles east of Swindon and offer days out and school visits year round, with particular emphasis on hands on learning.
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High Ashurst Outdoor Education Centre is set in 56 acres of woodland on Box Hill, near Dorking, in the tranquil Surrey Hills 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty'.
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THORPE PARK Resort located near London, is the ultimate home for thrill seeking students aged 10 yrs old though to university. With an award winning education programme offering in STEM & Business subjects and over 30 rides and attraction to choose from.
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