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Date Added 01/12/2015

If you are looking for inspiration for your school trip in 2016 then take a look at our suggestions below.

 

Tie Holkham’s spring exhibition in with a Geography trip

Holkham Estate’s new ‘Field to Fork’ exhibition will open on 20th March to explore the origins of farming at Holkham, and to demonstrate how modern day technology is embraced by a traditional estate. Suitable for Key Stage 3 and 4 Geography students, the exhibition will cover crop production, game keeping and conservation. To see more visit www.holkham.co.uk

Explore the data explosion at Somerset House

Somerset House in London will play host to a major exhibition about the data explosion of the 21st century, entitled ‘Big Bang Data’ until 28th February 2016. The displays will suit teachers looking to teach Key Stage 3 and 4 students about the expansion of technology in the 21st century. To learn more visit www.bigbangdata.somersethouse.org.uk

Become an engineer at Legoland robotics workshops

Suitable for Key Stage 2 and 3, Legoland’s new Mindstorms Space Challenge allows students to take on the roles of scientists and engineers as they progress through a number of space themed challenges. The workshops can be tailored for Science, Maths, Computing and Design & Technology. To learn more email activelearning@legoland.co.uk

Embrace Anglo-Saxon History in Sussex

A new Anglo-Saxon Hall House will open at the Weald & Downland Open Air Museum next summer, will be suitable for Key Stage 1 and 2 History students. When the building opens, pupils will be able to use the facility to learn about elements of everyday life from Anglo-Saxon times, like food, health, medicine, farming and clothing. To learn more visitwww.wealddown.co.uk

Discover Lunt Roman Fort, near Coventry

Dating back to 60 AD, Lunt Roman Fort is the only reconstructed Roman fort in Britain. Its educational programme is tailored to the Key Stage 2 History curriculum and supports the study of the Roman Empire and its impact on Britain. It’s open from February half term to December. Visits can vary from two hours to a full day, with the latter experience involving a Roman battle drill and the use of swords and shields to practice military manoeuvres. To learn more visit www.luntromanfort.org

See the Roman Baths in Bath

The interactive education workshops at the Roman Baths enable pupils to see how the Romans enable pupils to see how the Romans changed Britain, as well as teaching them about some of the Celtic traditions that were absorbed into Roman Britain. Sessions are available right through Key Stage 1 to A-Level. History is not the only subject that can be studied at the baths. Science lessons on forces, renewable resources and chemical change are just a few of the options available for Key Stage 3 and 4 pupils. To learn more visit www.romanbaths.co.uk/schools

Visit Cadbury World, Birmingham

Located just outside of Birmingham city centre, Cadbury World's education programme includes self guided tours and talks, which are designed to support the National Curriculum and aimed at Key Stages 1 to 5. To learn more visitwww.cadburyworld.co.uk/schoolandgroups/schools

The Fashion Museum, Bath

Learning opportunities at The Fashion Museum are available for Key Stage 1 to A-Level students and range from self-guided visits to teaching sessions. Example Primary workshops include The Clothes We Wear, which allows pupils to compare clothing past and present and ends with a t-shirt making activity. An example Secondary workshop is Take One Designer, which focusers on the work of one artist, such as Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen. To learn more visit www.fashionmuseum.co.uk/learn

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