School trips to France
From the hustle and bustle of Paris, with its enchanting mix of iconic architecture, world famous galleries and Parisian cafes, to the beautiful beaches and white-chalk cliffs of Normandy, a school trip to France has so much to offer your students.
Whether your school trip to France is for a particular subject group such as history, language, art, maths or science, or something for the whole school to enjoy like a Christmas Market trip, we’re here to help create your perfect itinerary. And if you’re looking for a school ski trip, a sports tour or a concert tour for your school music group then this fantastic country has some amazing options to consider.
Close to home: Perfect for first time tourers
Accessible by coach or air
Brimming with culture and history
Educational School Trips to France
Whether it’s a history trip, language trip, art trip or a trip that combines subjects from across the school, France has the perfect mix of education, culture, history and fun. All of our trips are tailored to suit your requirements, your educational objectives and your budget, but here is a little taster of what to expect on a school trip to France.
Experiences for the whole school
What our customers say
We have organised trips with Rayburn for over 15 years and they always do their best to help us have the best trip possible. This year is no different!
Ski Trips to France
Choose from some fantastic French ski resorts perfectly suited to school groups, including Les Arcs, Morzine, Grand Massif and more.
Sports Tours to France
Paris is an ideal, close-to-home destination for Football, Rugby and Multi-Sport Tours with plenty of sight-seeing and great local fixtures.
Youth Music Tours to France
Paris, Normandy and even Disneyland Paris are all great options for a concert tour to France. You could even combine a tour to France with some time spent in Belgium or The Netherlands.
So much more than just an educational trip!
Taking your students out of the classroom on a school trip is one of the most rewarding experiences you can give. Teachers often tell us how students are so much more engaged with in-classroom learning, as well as all the other benefits that children reap from these amazing opportunities.Discover More