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The resilience of our children in unprecedented times

On the 20th March 2020, I sat penning this article as our world entered a period of unprecedented change, as the COVID-19 virus threatened to interrupt all areas of our day to day lives. Even now,...

Around the world in 10 cultures

As the school year flies by, many teachers will already be thinking about the last week of term in July, and how to leave their students in high spirits as they break up for the summer. A lot of...

The five sensory benefits of a school trip abroad

The way we learn is a characteristic that makes each person unique. It’s as much a part of our identity as our appearance, speech, interests and values. That’s why every child deserves the chance...

Top 10 free visits you shouldn’t miss in Amsterdam

Education or leisure? Whatever your reason for travelling, making the most out of your trip doesn’t have to be expensive. We’ve compiled a list of our top 10 free (or low cost) options to pack...

Top free things to do on a school trip to Paris

Home to some of the world’s most famous hotels and restaurants, as well as being the headquarters for top luxury brands, Paris certainly has a reputation for being an expensive city. But that’s...

10 Most Common Homework Excuses

It’s back to school after the festive fun and we’re guessing there will be a fair few homework excuses coming in from your students this week! From homework-hungry hounds to broken...

Catalonia is Calling…

Top 5 visits on an art trip to Italy

The Rayburn Book Club – Recommended Reads for Art Lovers

2016, a Year to Remember

With the festive season just around the corner and 2016 drawing to a close, we thought it only right to take a moment to reflect on what a fantastic year it’s been here at Rayburn Tours....

Top 6 benefits of an international trip

There are countless benefits to be gained from taking your students out of the classroom and into the wider world. Whether you’re taking a short hop across the Channel, heading deep into the heart...