Discover 8 Mesmerising School Geography Trips in the UK

There are some fantastic places to see right on our doorstep! So, discover 8 mesmerising school geography trips in the UK. We’ve got a varied and exciting selection of international tours to...
School Children visiting Thiepval Memorial

Venturing onto the Battlefields with a guide: Impactful, thought-provoking and memorable

'We learned, we changed, and we challenged our own existing thoughts.' History Tour Guides give so much to your tour. Here's a sneak peek into our experience.
A view from a glacier in Iceland

The Most Popular Places to Visit Whilst on an Iceland School Trip

Blue Lagoon, Golden Circle Tour or the iconic Northern Lights are just waiting for you in the land of fire and ice. There's more for you here too.

Everything you need to know about the Northern Lights in Iceland!

What are the Northern Lights, where and when can I see them and what maximises my chances? Discover your answers here!
Ice Tunnel at Perlan Museum, Iceland

Perlan, Voted ‘Best of the Best’ for 2022

Perlan is a world-class exploratorium where you learn all about Icelandic nature. Scientific wonders come alive all around visitors; northern lights, glaciers, volcanoes, ocean-life, seabirds, and so...

What Teachers & Students have to say about Iceland!

We know the importance of honest feedback, and after an extended break from travel (for obvious reasons), we decided to not only survey teachers, but also ask the students. We surveyed our...
Students on tour

How can a school trip help your students to think like a Geographer?

Geographical issues are wide ranging, important and complex. Geography should promote an awareness, interest and understanding of the world’s people and places, helping students understand the...

Oh Iceland, how we’ve missed you!

We were thrilled to get school groups back out to Iceland this February Half Term, and it seems the excitement was shared by teachers, students and our Field Study Tutors too, Cath Rule, Geography...

WW1 History Trips to the Western Front

Bring WW1 History to Life   The Western Front was a stretch of land over 400 miles long that left a scar across France and Belgium from the Swiss border to the North Sea, was the decisive battle...

Safer Internet Day 2024

Now more than ever, it is increasingly important that children know how to stay safe when spending time on the internet. Founded in 2004, Safer Internet Day operates to make the internet a great and...

The Benefits of School Trips

The Benefits of School Trips   Schools play an essential role in supporting young people’s mental health and development into young adults. We believe that fun, enriching, educational...

It was like my first time all over again – the earth moved!

Ian Geddes, Geography Field Study tutor of over 20 years describes how after a forced pandemic break of not travelling to Iceland, the earth quite literally moved for him after returning with a...