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Important information on Brexit

Britain is due to leave the European Union on 31st January 2020 with a deal that has been ratified by Parliament. By continually monitoring the updated advice from ABTA and FCO, we do our very best...

6 secrets to running the best geography trip

  1. Choose the right destination Although fun will be high on your agenda during your school trip, you will also have another primary focus of delivering lessons relevant to your curriculum....

10 teaching resources for the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz

  1. Live broadcast of memorial event For teachers looking to present material to students on 27th January, there is a live broadcast of the memorial event taking place at Auschwitz-Birkenau...

Passchendaele Museum: A must-visit historic experience for students!

The Third Battle of Ypres, famously known as Passchendaele, was the most notorious of 5 battles. And since 2004, the Passchendaele Museum has been telling its story. Towards the latter end of 2019,...

The five sensory benefits of a school trip abroad

Sight A sense we take for granted, we use our sight to process our surroundings, often without the need for any further data. Take art for example – the interpretation of a painting or sculpture...

The best free school trips & visits in Nottingham for 2020

Looking for a fun, free and educational trip for your class? Check out our list of free school trips or visits available in Nottingham for your students!

Top 10 free visits you shouldn’t miss in Amsterdam

1.  Markets, Markets, Markets Always a ‘must’ whilst travelling is a visit to the local markets and Amsterdam certainly does not disappoint. Between the floating flower market (Bloemenmarkt),...

Top 10 free things to do on a school trip in Sorrento!

1. Isle of Capri   Located off the Sorrentine Peninsula, the Isle of Capri is just a 30-minute ferry ride away from Sorrento. Blinded by the amazing views and soaring cliffs, ensure a full day...

10 free experiences you won’t want to miss in Ypres and the Somme

1. Yorkshire Trench and Dugout Discovered in 1992 using a metal detector, the Yorkshire Trenches truly exhibit the horrors of war and allow visitors a brief insight into the reality of a soldier’s...

Season’s eatings from Swavesey Village College – our 2019 staffroom Christmas party winners!

Whilst Thursday 12th December was just another door to open on our advent calendars, for Swavesey Village College in Cambridge it was something much more exciting. After entering Rayburn Tours’...

How parents help their children cope with school trip anxiety

1. Home Comforts “I tell my teenage son to take something to remind him of home like a photograph. For my younger daughter, I’d pack a comfort blanket or cuddly toy.” Dawn, Mum of 2,...
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Blue Lagoon vs. Secret Lagoon

If you’re soon to embark on an Icelandic adventure, then there’s little doubt that you’ll be planning to include the famous Blue Lagoon on your travel bucket list – it is one of the wonders...