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Introduce Young Learners to the Opal Coast
For teachers planning a school trip to France, the more obvious choices such as Paris clearly hold a lot of appeal in terms of their depth of history, culture and accessibility. But they're not the only destinations worth considering: the beautiful Opal ...
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Introduce Students to the Happiest Place on Earth
For children of any age, the opportunity to enter the fun-filled fantasy world of the "happiest place on earth" is irresistible. A Disneyland® Paris school trip offers an experience that's hard to match in terms of enjoyment, but for the teacher charged with ...
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Introducing Young Minds to Intriguing India
Planning a school trip brings with it more than the responsibility of administration and organisation. The challenge is on educators' shoulders to choose a destination that can engage young hearts and minds in such a way that deep and active learning can be ...
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Posted by Desiree Michels in Travel, Destinations
Go with the Snow: Planning Successful School Ski Trips
Successful school ski trips don’t just happen. Any teacher who's taken on the task knows it takes planning and commitment to ensure everyone has a snowy good time! Success rests squarely on the shoulders of those charged with the organisation and, for the ...
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Posted by Desiree Michels in Travel, Destination Tips
Bringing the Past Alive on a School Trip to Normandy
Every dedicated teacher is constantly on the lookout for ways to fuel the imagination of young learners. Organising a school trip to bring the dusty pages of history to life is (or should be) at the top of the list. No subject benefits more from the ...
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3 Historic Destinations for UK Study Tours Close to Home
For teachers searching for school trip destinations that offer extensive educational prospects but are also highly accessible, there's no need to look further than our own doorstep. UK study tours to any of the fascinating and historically important sites ...
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Posted by Desiree Michels in Travel, Travel Tips
School Trip Ideas for Smooth Planning
Even for teachers with many years' experience, the need to come up with original and inspiring school trip ideas can consume a lot of time in an already busy schedule. The pressure of creating an itinerary that is both educational and engaging is not easy ...
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Posted by Desiree Michels in Travel, Destinations
3 Key Themes for UK Study Tours to London
When experienced in the right way, the UK capital is one vast, immersive classroom in itself. UK study tours to London are the most engaging way for teachers to bring its vast cache of art, history and culture to life for students, and the opportunity to ...
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Posted by Desiree Michels in Travel, Travel and Leisure
The Humboldt Current: Lifeblood of the Galapagos Islands
The uniqueness of life on the Galapagos Islands is well documented and, for nature lovers, a visit to the region can be an inspiring and life-changing experience. For those embarking on a Galapagos wildlife cruise, understanding the reasons behind its extreme ...
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Posted by Desiree Michels in Travel, Travel Tips
Supporting Sustainable Tourism in the Galapagos Islands
As one of the most unique places on the planet, the Galapagos Islands attract thousands of nature lovers every year, who come to explore its diverse landscape and experience an encounter with the wildlife. Every person who embarks on a Galapagos wildlife ...
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Saving the Landbirds of the Galapagos Islands
The wildlife of the Galapagos Islands is the most uniquely adapted in the world. It was in this archipelago, off the coast of South America, that naturalist Charles Darwin based his research that subsequently became his ground-breaking "Theory of ...
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Life in the Dry Season on Galapagos
Usually, the words "dry season" conjure up visions of arid, less than favourable conditions. But for the remote archipelago of the Galapagos Islands, the dry season is anything but boring. Unlike some other destinations around the world, the dry months are ...
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Unique Galapagos Wildlife: The Evolution of the Flightless Cormorant
The animals of the Galapagos Islands are renowned for being some of the most unique in the world. With a high number of endemic species, wildlife holidays in Galapagos offer nature lovers a glimpse into a true microcosm of evolution. Many species have adapted ...
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Restoring the Past in Galapagos
The Giant Tortoise is one of the most recognisable of all the animals of the Galapagos Islands. And, for nature lovers who opt for wildlife holidays in Galapagos, it is one of the most sought-after encounters. As with many other animals, however, despite its ...
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Nature on Display: Tips for Photographing the Wildlife of Galapagos
For wildlife lovers, Galapagos holidays are often a long-held dream and a true "bucket-list" experience. This remote archipelago off the coast of Ecuador is home to some of the most unique wildlife on Earth, and offers the opportunity for some very close ...
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