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School’s out! How to get children away from screens this summer holiday

So our aim for this summer is to get children away from screens and keep them active outdoors or getting creative indoors – whatever the weather. You don’t have to worry about thinking how to...
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What’s Brexit got to do with language learning? Turns out a lot.

A recent survey published by the British Council cites Brexit as one of the reasons that pupils are becoming disengaged with foreign language learning. According to a third of secondary teachers, a...

Safety – How has Iceland managed to get things so right?

You may think this is because of the island’s small population, but the country’s ability to manage the safety of its people can be seen as an art form when you look at the facts. GunPolicy.org...
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Victory in Europe Day – A date for your diaries

  What is VE Day? After almost 6 years of fighting, millions of lives lost, families, cities and homes devastated, Victory in Europe was declared on 8th May 1945. UK Prime Minister Winston...

Top 10 free things to do for schools in Washington, USA

Washington is literally packed with free things to do, especially for schools. From museums and monuments to outdoor concerts, check out our guide to Washington's top 10 free activities for schools.

Top 10 free things to do in Barcelona

Embrace the captivating coastal city of Barcelona and its endless culture, remarkable architecture and breath-taking scenery. We want to help your students capture the moment when they’ve been...

The pre-match team talk

It’s a regular misconception that the strongest team wins a game of sport. Often, games are won in the dressing room. The importance of a pre-match team talk is undoubtedly critical to sporting...

The Treaty of Versailles

Following the events of the First World War, the Treaty of Versailles was made as a result of the catastrophic loss during the war. In order for the treaty to be signed, it was believed by many that...

Rayburn Review with Cath Rule

In the second edition of Rayburn Review, we recently caught up with Catherine Rule, our Geography Tours Development Manager. During our chat, we spoke about Cath’s favourite destination in Iceland...

Discover the history of Berlin in three key visits

A city once divided is now a fascinating visit for school trips that allows you and your group to learn about Germany’s rise to importance, along with the horrors and turbulent times that occurred...

The start of Wimbledon

Boy, are we excited! Or should I say girl? The continued addition of equal pay for both the men’s and women’s singles winner is just one of the many elements that makes this sporting tournament...

The unseen side to Tenerife

Tenerife, as with most of the Canary Isles has long been thought of as the perfect package holiday destination. With good weather all year round and within reaching distance from the UK, plenty of...