Business Studies Trips for Schools to
Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Business Studies Trips for Schools to
Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Tourism, finance, flowers (especially tulips) and beer all play a prominent role in the economy of the Netherlands and a visit here gives Business Studies students the chance to see many examples of these industries in action.

The commercial capital of the Netherlands and one of the top financial centres in Europe, Amsterdam is home to the oldest stock exchange in the world and many Dutch institutes have chosen the city as the base for their headquarters.

International connections from Schiphol Airport and Rotterdam’s Europoort, coupled with the country’s fantastic infrastructure and seamless public transport links, means the opportunities for your students spread beyond the capital city.

Located outside of the city, the Aalsmeer Flower Auction and the Delft Pottery Factory are fine examples of some of the country’s largest exports, whilst a visit to the Europort in Rotterdam allows students to appreciate the quantity of goods that pass through the country.

A trip to the Netherlands offers a fascinating insight into the business world, with a wide variety of exceptional visits to choose from.

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Why Rayburn?

  • Completely tailor-made experience to match your requirements
  • Team of experts with over 50 years’ experience
  • Dedicated Tour Couriers for even more support and guidance on tour
  • Designed to meet the aims of the National Curriculum

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At Rayburn Tours we’re proud of our continual commitment to safety. We monitor the safety of all aspects of our trips so that you can focus on having a memorable experience for all the right reasons.

When you choose Rayburn Tours you can be rest assured that your school trip is in safe and secure hands thanks to our years of experience and all the right policies and accreditations behind us.

 

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What are you responsible for?

    The DfE’s guidance for safe travel highlights the need for all those involved with the organisation and running of a tour to work together as a team. This is our aim at Rayburn Tours, to work together with our party leaders to ensure our groups' safety and peace of mind.

  • Do you provide risk assessments for the visits you offer?

    You can download our Generic Risk Management Handbook which will help you complete your risk assessment for your school or Local Authority. The aim of the handbook is to provide all tour leaders with supportive suggestions to help raise awareness to risk, suggest control measures to help mitigate the risk and manage risk pro-actively. For further assistance, please speak to a member of our team who will be happy to help.

  • Is all of your accommodation audited in advance?

    Yes, all of our accommodation is audited prior to us offering it to a group. The criterion of these audits is governed by the School Travel Forum (STF). It is important to remember that each country is governed by their own standards and laws and these may differ from UK law. However, we require our accommodation to meet our standards as a minimum. We work with the hotels and agents to endeavour to ensure that our standards are met.
  • What does our insurance cover us for?

    Our insurance providers offer comprehensive cover to our groups for the duration of their tour and is tailored specifically for schools, with specialist insurance policies for individual tour types. As with any insurance cover it is vital that you read through the terms and conditions and that you declare any relevant information as requested. Please see our insurance page for further information and to see what is covered. For groups opting to take their own insurance, we highly recommend that you read all inclusions and exclusions prior to departure.
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