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Travelling with groups of different faiths

We work with international schools from all over the world, so we’re well accustomed to helping groups of different faiths and meeting specific religious requirements. Tailoring every element of...
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A helping hand on your tour

Whilst all of our tours are created to work as independently-led trips, there’s the option of having a member of our team accompany you on tour. Whether it’s a Tour Manager, Geography Field Study...
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Over 10 years with the International School of Geneva: an insight into their annual battlefields trip

At Rayburn Tours we’re proud of our strong international focus, working together with schools worldwide to seek new adventures, embrace new cultures and learn new skills. Our role is to support you...
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Merchant Taylors’ School: La Bella Vita in Lido di Jesolo & Lake Garda

Earlier this year, young musicians from Merchant Taylors’ School embarked upon a musical two-centre tour to Lido di Jesolo (Venice) and Lake Garda. Whilst Venice is celebrated for its extensive...

King William’s College’s mega crossover rugby & hockey tour to New Zealand, Fiji & Australia

When you’re going on a long-haul sports tour, you’ve got to go the whole hog. And that’s exactly what King William’s College did back in June 2019. Based in Castletown on the Isle of Man,...
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Blenheim High School venture into the cultural heart of Seville

Earlier in the year, Spanish students from Blenheim High School in Surrey brought language learning to life as they ventured to the enchanting city of Seville. Highlights include trying out some...
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Top 10 free things to do on your school language trip to Cantabria

Cantabria’s laid-back villages, mighty mountain ranges and striking coastline offer up a different side to Spain. Tucked away amongst steep valleys, this is the ideal destination for school groups...
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The Priory School’s all-American adventure

This summer, young historians from The Priory School in Hertfordshire delved into Washington DC’s political, social and military history with an all-American experience. Visiting the famous White...
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St John the Baptist School explore exotic Morocco – a gateway to Africa

Earlier this year, geographers from St John the Baptist School in Surrey stepped into a world of colourful contrasts as they made the journey to majestic Morocco. Witnessing the country’s...
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Reading School relive, rediscover and remember history in Berlin

In spring this year, Reading School ventured to Berlin to uncover the city’s rich past on a history trip to remember. Berlin’s architecture tells the stories of the city’s complex history,...

Girls on Film: Bedford Girls’ School Capture their Iceland experience on camera

Earlier this year, we helped budding geographers from Bedford Girls’ School make their dream a reality as they embarked on the geography trip of a lifetime to Iceland, capturing their tour on film....

The Rugby World Cup: What you need to know

We’ve seen some incredible moments in recent rugby history. We all remember the Jonny Wilkinson drop goal from 2003, right? The biggest sporting events have continued to spoil us in recent years...