International Geography Trips For Schools
Travel with your students to some of the world’s most captivating geographical sites and help them to better understand and retain areas of the geography curriculum you are teaching them inside the classroom.
Geography Trips with Rayburn Tours
- Personal Pre-Trip Service to Plan
and Launch Your Bespoke Trip
- Personal Safety and Financial Security
- Proven Party Leader Support
Throughout Your Trip
From the moment you start planning you will benefit from our school travel expertise, curriculum understanding and destination knowledge. Your enquiry will put you in touch with a specialist, who will work to understand the objectives of your trip. Together we will help you launch the trip to students and parents and once you’ve booked, we will plan your bespoke itinerary and pre-book everything on your behalf – that can include travel, accommodation, visits, insurance and much more!
Assured member of the School Travel Forum (STF), Learning Outside the Classroom (LOtC) Quality Badge Holder? Yes! You can rest assured that your group’s safety is our number one priority and all of our trips exceed the benchmark for safe school travel as set out by the STF – and an independent annual audit confirms this! In addition, ABTA bonding and ATOL licensing mean your money is in safe hands.
Our 24-hour emergency telephone number ensures that you can reach a member of the Rayburn Tours team at any time, day or night, in the event of an emergency. An extra helping hand on your trip is also available in the form of a courier and so far in 2013 our customers have rated our on-tour staff as 5 out of 5! You know you’ll get a good service when you hear that other teachers said, “her attendance on our trip went a very long way to ensuring it was a success” and “using such an experienced and friendly courier takes a lot of the stresses and strains out of the trip.”
Don’t just take our word for it…
In 2013, our customers rated their overall touring experience, as well as our service, as 4.7 out of 5.
“The impact on the students is clear both during the tour and in the classroom after return.”
“An action-packed and extremely varied programme which was thoroughly enjoyed by all.”
“An outstanding mix of subject relevent topics and themes and time given for the students to relax and enjoy the sites and sounds of this lovely part of Italy.”
“Loved the interactions we had with the Moroccans in the rural areas, both the Bereber farmer working in his field, and in the Douar village.”
“A unique opportunity to sample the exciting geography of stunningly beautiful country which will provide memories for our students for a lifetime.”
Expert Field Study Tutors and Trip Couriers
For that extra helping hand on tour, opt for an experienced Rayburn Tours courier who knows the area and speaks the language or a Field Study Tutor who will have expert geographical and local knowledge. Find out more…
Award-Winning Study Resources
Multiple award-winning Study Handbooks and Teacher Guides provide you with a variety of visit specific geographical activities and information, as well as interactive on-site tasks to help you enhance your students learning. Discover the full range…
Come and Meet Us
Wakefield Learning Community
26th June 2014 Wakefield
Request a School Visit
We’ll come and visit you at any time to discuss your school trip requirements, or even make a presentation to students and parents.
Just call us on 01332 347 828 to arrange a visit.
Did you know that many of our destinations work well as a cross-curricular trip giving you the option of combining with another subject group? Look out for the cross curricular symbol on each destination page for more information.
Safety & Support
When you choose Rayburn Tours, you can rest assured that you're in safe hands, thanks to our:
Destination Specific Risk Assessments
Giving you a massive head-start on completing your tour-specific risk assessments by providing you with ours! Find out more...
Jan 06, 2014
For years we had considered the idea of taking our Geography students away on international fieldwork and we finally decided to act way back in 2006. As a Geography graduate, our Chair of Governors was keen to get the trip going and it was this, along with the desire of a number of our students…