Subject associations aim to aid teachers, students and academics further their subject related knowledge and understanding – and as an Educational Trip operator, we know we can’t provide you with first-class educational experiences if we aren’t constantly developing our knowledge and understanding too!
Over the years, we have developed strong working relationships with a number of the leading subject associations in the UK, all of which we are extremely proud of.
The Geographical Association (GA) is the leading subject association for all teachers of geography with the core charitable object of furthering geographical knowledge and understanding through education. It is a lively community of practice with over a century of innovation behind it and an unrivalled understanding of geography teaching.
The GA was formed by five geographers in 1893 to share ideas and learn from each other. Today, the GA’s purpose is the same and it remains an independent association.
The GA supports teachers, students, tutors and academics at all levels of education through journals, publications, training events, projects, websites and by lobbying government about the importance of geography. It also hosts a popular Annual Conference and Exhibition every Easter which welcomes around 900 participants from all over the world and features the UK’s largest exhibition of geographical resources.
For more information about the GA please visit their website:
The Scottish Association of Geography Teachers
For more information about the SAGT please visit their website:
The Historical Association
The Historical Association has been supporting the study and enjoyment of history since 1906. With over 6,000 members the HA is the major national organisation representing the case for an historical education to policy makers and ministers. We advise on curriculum issues at all levels and campaign for access to specialist historical knowledge and collections. Today there are over 50 branches around the UK.
For more information about the HA please visit their website:
The Scottish Association of Teachers of History
The SATH is a forum for Scottish History Teachers to comment on developments in education in Scotland, share new ideas and resources and provide training for history teachers through its conferences. It also regularly provides views on developments such as education for citizenship or the current curriculum review. Above all, SATH seeks to raise awareness of the importance of History within the Scottish curriculum.
For more information about the SATH please visit their website:
Joint Association of Classics Teachers
JACT is a membership organisation dedicated to supporting the teaching of classical subjects at all levels. We have the dual aims of defending the teaching and learning of Classics at a national level, and encouraging networking and information sharing amongst teachers, students and any other individuals working in Classics.
For more information about JACT please visit their website:
Association of Language Learning
The Association for Language Learning (ALL) is the major subject association for those involved in teaching foreign languages at all levels. There are currently 4,500 members. The Association actively promotes the teaching and learning of foreign languages by providing information and publications, organising professional development activities and acting as a public voice on behalf of members.
For more information about the ALL please visit their website:
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