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School Science Trips

Spark your students’ imaginations with a scientific adventure like no other.

Where landscape, technology and innovation combine to create the ultimate educational getaway.

Tailored to your curriculum, a school science trip will immerse your students in a new and dynamic environment where research, theories and experiments will unfold before them. They’ll be able to understand how science is used in the real world and see where a qualification can take them, all the while building on their existing knowledge.

Explore the history of science, its achievements and future developments, all in exciting new realms. From the natural wonders of Iceland to the cutting-edge technology of Switzerland, you’ll experience the explosive world of science in a whole new way.

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