PSHE

PSHE in schools (Personal, Social, Health Education) is a modern subject that is non-compulsory within the curriculum. Another subject hidden within this title is Citizenship. The key subjects are broken down for pupils to learn about health, lifestyles, wellbeing, personal relationships and citizenship being a positive member within your community. There is no better way to do this than on a PSHE school trip outside the classroom to engauge your pupils in a different location or venue to learn these subjects and learn skills in a team working environment.


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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.
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Independent Family run Outdoor Education centre set in 31 acres of beautiful woodlands on the north Norfolk coast with 2 distinct centres on the one site. Adventure activities, Team building and Field Study sessions available.
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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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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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Pelham is close to Stansted and the M11 on the Hertfordshire border. The centre manages nature reserves which act as outdoor classrooms for visiting groups.
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Wildlife park for British animals only, past & present, set in an ancient coppiced woodland. The education team uses both the animal collection (including wolves, lynx, owls, deer, wild boar, bison, badgers, elk & reindeer) & the woodland for teaching.
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Harbour Park situated on Littlehampton's sandy beach and alongside the historic harbour is a fantastic venue to get your pupils out of the classroom and into an interesting and engaging learning environment.
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Iron Age settlements, Roman forts, medieval abbeys, Tudor castles, Victorian mansions and gardens, World War fortresses - you name it, our exceptional out of the classroom sites offer unlimited cross-curricular learning opportunities.
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Bigfoot Workshops provide students with new and exciting ways to learn. Whether you're looking for creative workshops, interactive assemblies or training courses that help both students and teachers to enrich their learning, Bigfoot will provide it.
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Inspiring and exciting educational trips designed to bring subjects to life, extend students’ learning and develop their appreciation of local and international cultures outside the classroom. There is simply nothing like an SJA Trip! 
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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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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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