Many of our educational visits will encompass a stop at a picnic area. Being in the great outdoors can lead to class and family bonding, greater communication and self-reflection.
Lee Valley White Water Centre provides a safe yet adventurous space, where students of all ages and abilities can take part in outdoor activities that are guaranteed to be enjoyed by all, whilst also being highly beneficial for students' development.
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.
Well known for history, Beamish Museum is a fantastic resource for inspiring learning across the curriculum and the museum offers a wide range of activities, from early years to GCSE and beyond.
Kingswood offers a complete educational and adventure activity programme for young people across the UK and around the world; an experience that aids personal development, teaches key life-skills and helps build confidence and self-belief.
Tours can be tailored to the curriculum about a range of topics surrounding primate welfare &conservation. Enjoy enrichment days where groups can help make items used in the enclosures and learn about the importance of primate care and stimulation.
Our guided tours teach childrenin an educational but fun way about animals and birds. We cover habitats, baby animals, colours, caring for animals, eating habits and much more. Tours can be tailored to suit subjects related to the national curriculum.
Home to 70 rides and attractions, and set in over 140 acres of beautiful gardens, Paultons is the ideal venue for an exciting and stimulating school visit. New for 2020, visit Tornado Springs – with 8 thrilling rides and attractions (opens 19th May).
Resulting of a farm diversification programme to create one of the leading leisure attractions in Hertfordshire. Lots of farmyard animals to discover, the focus is on learning through having fun many demonstrations, shows, tractor rides & adventure play
As well as the historic nature of the house and the beauty of its surroundings we offer a range of easily tailored on-site activities including a History Tour, team building and problem solving, outdoor activities such as den building and camp fires.
Set in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, visitors are introduced to the science & wonder of the subterranean world. The cave walk covers one mile, ensuring that learning is combined with exercise! Paths and lighting have been installed throughout.
Based in the New Forest (National Park). You will find Europe’s largest collection of otters, owls, deer, badgers, lynx, mink, polecats, foxes, Scottish wildcats, pine martens, wallabies, wild boar, wolves & many more species of indigenous wildlife.
Fun, hands-on workshops offering a chance to get close to the wonders of the natural world.