STEM

STEM is a curriculum based on the idea of educating students in four specific disciplines — science, technology, engineering and mathematics, but there is no better way to enjoy these subjects than up front and face to face out of the classroom on a stem school trip. UK School Trips has some great school trip venues which can provide your pupils with hands on interactive workshops, exhibits and tours by specialist educators in these four disciplines.


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SEA LIFE London allows students to experience marine life in a way like no other. Students can discover underwater habitats, animal adaptations and types of sea life that they may have never seen before!
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Provides an outdoor education experience to groups who are primarily disadvantaged in some way or shape. A traditional Outdoor Centre set in a rural  location, portraying the natural woodland feel of the 36-acre area within which the Centre is situated.
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With over 5000 sea creatures and a wide array of interactive experiences, Manchester's Sea Life Centre offers the perfect school trip venue for students interested in animal welfare or the environment.
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iFLY Indoor Skydiving provides the ultimate school trip experience! Students will not only learn about the science behind human flight but also get to experience it first-hand in an out-of-this-world activity.
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Being one of the tallest buildings in Western Europe, The Shard boasts some of the best views of London and provides teachers with the perfect environment to bring more excitement to their subjects.
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Standing at 170 metres tall and boasting views all the way to the South Downs and the Isle of Wight, The Spinnaker Tower offers school trips where students have the opportunity to explore and admire the coastline and views that surround them.
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The MAD Museum is based in the center of Stratford upon Avon, this attraction displays interactive pieces of mechanical art. “MAD” stands for Mechanical Art and Design.
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At the National Sea Life Centre, students can discover more about marine life and a range of scientific topics. Classes will have the opportunity to explore over 2000 creatures, watch various feeding demonstrations and even use the interactive Rockpool.
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Bore Place offers the ideal location and excellent facilities that are needed for an outdoor school trip. Students have the chance to explore farming and wildlife, furthering their knowledge on the environment and the countryside.
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The British Motor Museum is a great location for learning for school pupils. Our amazing collection tells the story of people, products & places linked to Britain’s motor industry & can help support studies across many areas of the National Curriculum.
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Here at Bristol Aquarium, students have the opportunity to embark on an underwater adventure, where they can discover thousands of aquatic creatures as well as numerous exotic plants and tree species.
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Chatsworth offers artistic and engaging school trips, where students can explore their beautiful outdoor surroundings and develop their technical and creative skills.
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