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Broxbourne Woods celebrates 30 years of Paintball

The sport of paintball was developed in America. The process of firing a ball of paint was originally developed in 1960s by the Nelson Paint Company. The plan was to create an effective way to mark trees at a distance for felling for the US Forestry ...
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New Activities at Winchester Science Centre and Planetarium

Heart Heroes A brand new school workshop for September 2019, Heart Heroes is an interactive biology experience exploring the amazing power of the heart and how we can keep ours healthy. The workshop features augmented reality T-shirts, 3D anatomical ...
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School Trip Team Building Options

Team building is a subject that is commonly desired when it comes to school trips. It is a vital life skill that plays a very important role in the development of young students. Learning how to cooperate and effectively work with other people i...
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Summer Residential School Trips 2020 at Cumulus

School Summer Residentials 2020 Don’t Delay! Our Residential camp teams and supporting staff are really busy ensuring our school and youth groups have a great time at their summer  Adventure Residential  camps on the stunning  Jurassic...
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School Trips Cumbria

Cumbria is the third largest county in England and is considered to be one of its finest areas of natural beauty. This mountainous county consists predominantly of rural land and holds a wealth of history. The numerous geographical and historical sit...
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Arts Award at Bristol Museum & Art Gallery: Leonardo Da Vinci Exhibition and Working with Artists in Residence

As an Arts Award provider, Bristol Museums support local schools to complete the Discover level award. ‘Discover in a day’ workshops for Key Stage 2 pupils are tailored to museum exhibitions to provide a stimulus for pupils work and encourage childre...
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