Suitable for History and Drama students, this workshop offers an insight into life in an 18th century naval village.
Exclusive schools-only mornings are now available at the British Museum’s Sunken Cities exhibition.
BeWILDerwood is offering new learning sessions for the 2015/2016 academic year, due to cover Literacy, Science, History and even bush craft.
Seeing Sounds at MOSI sets students the task to record, analyse, mix, and finally present their own musical piece, blasted through a Rubens’ Tube.
The new School Travel Awards will recognise the best venues, attractions, companies and individuals involved in school trips.
Suitable for Key Stage 1 and 2 English students, StoryStarter kick-starts creativity and boosts writing, speaking and listening skills.
In Zoo Genetics, Key Stage 3 students will discover how animal species have changed over a long period of time through the process of natural selection.
A Key Stage 2 Science workshop at ZSL London Zoo, focusing on comparing animal teeth to human teeth with a live animal appearance.
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.
The stage version of writer Michael Morpurgo’s novel Running Wild will embark on its first UK tour in February.
The Warwick Castle Science Fair will take place on Friday 24th March 2017 in Warwickshire.
We’re giving away five pairs of tickets to the School Travel Awards lunch and ceremony; here's how to enter.
The National Theatre in London has revealed a number of new workshops for Primary and Secondary schools.
Schools can complement studies in subjects including English, Drama and PSHE with a visit to Aylesbury Waterside Theatre in 2017 with...
The Council for Learning Outside the Classroom (CLOtC) has revealed details for its 2016/17 academic year training programme.
STO focuses on Ashdown Forest, which was the original setting for AA Milne’s famous Winnie the Pooh children’s stories.
The Keighley and Worth Valley (KWV) Railway boasts what’s called ‘The Learning Coach’. Here’s what pupils can learn there.
The 2016 Council for Learning Outside the Classroom conference takes place on 24th November 2016 at The Learning Hub...
The land of active volcanos, waterfalls, glaciers and a whole lot of snow can offer a lot to schools.
The Lightbox Gallery and Museum in Woking inspires creative learning in subjects including Design & Technology, Art & Design,...
Rachel Bailey reports on why learning at a landfill site like Carymoor Environmental Education Centre has its perks.