Planning a School Trip? 3 Great Destinations

From centuries-old artwork in Normandy to cutting-edge science at CERN, these locations offer amazing experiences for anyone planning a school trip.

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(businesspress24) - Planning a school trip can be stressful and time-consuming


Normandy is perhaps the location on this list richest in history. William the Conqueror came out of Caen almost a millennium ago to define British history

Those wary of the practicalities of planning a school trip can rest easy. Normandy

Finally, Normandy also makes much of its recent history. Older children and teens are likely to be familiar with the Second World War and with landmark cinematic depictions of D-Day such as Saving Private Ryan. A trip to Normandy would enable them to see the sites of these crucial battles. Many of the landing sites are preserved for visitors, and the some of the museums offer stunning 360


A little further afield, Switzerland

This stability and neutrality provided fertile ground for collaborative international organisations and programmes. There

Though it

Students more interested in the humanities and social sciences, meanwhile, can explore the UN headquarters. Management-level figures lead frequent seminars offering behind-the-scenes looks at their work. Some of the best include the World Health Organization, the World Bank and the office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights.

With all this on offer, as well as stunning mountain scenery, your biggest issue when planning a school trip to Geneva will be fitting everything in.


Our final destination is even closer to home. There

The regione the natural beauty. Take them on a trip on the Snowdonia Mountain Railway, for instance, to gasp at their surroundings. Or, if you fancy a challenge, organise hiking excursions and immerse your pupils in nature.

Furthermore, though few schools in England teach the Welsh language, you shouldn

Snowdonia also has a lot to offer historians, with slate and copper mines dating as far back as the Bronze Age. These mines were a crucial part of the area

Each of these locations has a lot to offer both pupils and teachers. While teachers will appreciate the chance to share their knowledge in new and exciting settings, there

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John Gardiner is the Managing Director of The School Travel Company, a tour operator specialising in educational travel for school and youth groups to the UK, Europe and beyond. With over twenty years

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John Gardiner is the Managing Director of The School Travel Company, a tour operator specialising in educational travel for school and youth groups to the UK, Europe and beyond. With over twenty years’ experience providing students with valuable and engaging learning experiences outside of the classroom, John and his team help teachers who are planning a school trip give their students an experience to remember.

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Date: 11/09/2018 - 06:33
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