This Key Stage 1 workshop will investigate how rugby strips, boots and equipment have evolved since the 1840s.
During this exploratory workshops, pupils will investigate the history of Holyrood Abbey and look for evidence of its turbulent past.
Ideal for Primary education students, Victorian Values lets children explore the life of a Victorian servant.
Ideal for Key Stage 2 to 4 History students, the Hot War Cold War education session takes an indepth look at nuclear war.
At Hadrian's Wall, Key Stage 2 and 3 students will become History detectives and solve a Roman murder mystery during this one-and-a-half hour long learning session.
Windsor Castle has launched a series of new educational workshops for Key Stage 1 to 4 pupils as part of the Shakespeare400 commemorative events taking place this year.
This is a 50 minutes' long survival workshop suitable for Key Stage 2 students, focusing on how animals survive in the wild. Adaptations, interdependence and food chains are all themes which are...
Background to the Brontës is a workshop suitable for kay Stage 3 and 4 students. It is an informal, lively talk which looks at the historical and social context of the Brontës'...
Suitable for late Key Stage 2 students and above, the Forensic Investigation workshop gives pupils the chance to check out a realistic crime scene and become a forensic scientist.
The creators behind the live action show, Dinosaurs in the Wild will be introducing an educational experience for schools.
Select School Travel is offering one school in the UK the chance to win a trip to Normandy, France.
The Shakespeare’s Birthplace Trust has launched a new medical exhibition at Hall’s Croft in Warwickshire.
Schools visiting Star Trek: The Exhibition in Blackpool can take advantage of resources that link to Science and PSHE.
An educational talk about the Mayan people at Cadbury World in Birmingham has been created for Key Stage 2.
The Oxford Trust has announced the go-ahead for the building of a new Science education centre at Stansfeld Park.
School Travel Organiser looks at why a visit to this year’s Victory Show can be educationally beneficial for schools.
From Britain in the Blitz to the Victorians, Flambards in Cornwall supports many areas of the History curriculum.
STO talks to School Travel Champion finalist Becky Baldwin about her passion for school trips and LOtC.
STO speaks to Dr Kelsey Herrick, a veterinarian at SeaWorld California, who relates some of her experiences with LOtC.
School Travel Organiser takes a look at what pupils can expect to learn when visiting Arundel Castle, which celebrates...
STO finds out about Arvon, a company that offers residentials to help pupils advance their Creative Writing skills.