All School Trips
Every school trip we design is unique, tailored precisely to the needs of your group. Here you'll find some suggested itineraries for inspiration - if you can't find your topic or destination just get in touch to discuss your requirements.
Art & Design School Trips
Art & Design Trip to Amsterdam
Explore Amsterdam's rich cultural heritage and experience some of the finest art galleries and museums in the world.
Art & Design Trip to Barcelona
Students love Barcelona - an ideal destination at all times of the year due to its warm Mediterranean climate.
Art & Design Trip to Paris
Whatever your study focus, such is the diversity and dynamism on offer in the City of Lights, any art tour can be tailored to your precise needs
Art & Design Trip to Venice
Renowned for its art, architecture and exquisite setting, Venice is a wonderfully inspiring destination for any school art trip
Choral Music School Trips
First World War Commemoration
Add your school’s voice to the chorus of remembrance during the centenary years with a choral music tour to Belgium.
Salzburg’s exceptional musical heritage makes it an ideal destination for choir groups.
Of Venice, an anonymous Frenchman of the 17th century is said to have remarked that “In every home, someone is playing a musical instrument or singing. There is music everywhere.”
For over 300 years, Vienna was the leading musical centre of Europe. Mozart, Hayden, Beethoven, Brahms and Mahler all lived and worked here.
First World War School Trips
The Verdun battlefield is dramatically and physically different to those on the Western Front. It straddles both sides of the River Meuse which flows through wonderful scenery and we gain some magnificent views from the dominating ridge lines that surround Verdun.
WWI: Behind The Front Lines
The trenches of the Western Front did not operate in isolation. Stretching back from the front were communication and supply lines, field hospitals and facilities where soldiers could rest and recuperate from the stresses of warfare
WWI: Poetry & Literature
The First World War saw a sea change in the emotional life of the British people, both during the period 1914-1918 and in the wider aftermath of the war, reflected in the prose and poetry of the men and women who fought it
WWI: They Also Served
This tour visits some of the key sites and locations associated with those men and women, troops and labourers who also served on the Western Front, from what are now today mostly Commonwealth countries
WWI: Western Front Discovery
Our suggested overview of the major sites in both Belgium and Northern France
Geography School Trips
Geography Trip to Iceland
Forged through the dynamic combination of fire and ice, the dramatic landscape of Iceland offers a huge range of geographic and geological features to see and investigate
History School Trips
Berlin 20th Century
The rise of German dominance in European history and international relations is no better reflected than in Berlin’s turbulent past, evidence for which abounds
The French Revolution
A watershed of modern history, the French Revolution was a violent overthrow of the old order which established many of the freedoms and rights enjoyed by Frenchman and European alike.
Our tour examines the lines that were persistently crossed by the Nazis in their relentless persecution of the Jews
The Norman Invasion of 1066
The year 1066 is regarded as a watershed in English history as it is generally regarded as the start of the medieval period
Modern Languages School Trips
French Language Trip to La Rochelle and Futuroscope
The beautiful coastal city of La Rochelle is a perfect setting to for students to practice their French langauage skills
French Language Trip to Paris
For over two thousand years, Paris has been at the cultural, political and economic heart of Europe.
German Language Trip to Berlin
The story of Berlin is in many ways the story of Germany itself.
Spanish Language Trip to Andalucia
Andalucia is the second largest of the autonomous communities in Spain and the most populous.
Spanish Language Trip to Barcelona
Students love Barcelona. It is lively, vibrant, laid back and beautiful - and it even comes with its own beach!
Religious Studies School Trips
Religious Studies Trip to El Camino de Santiago & La Coruna
Legend has it that the remains of the apostle James were brought to Galicia for burial
Religious Studies Trip to Northern England
A tour of Northern England staying in the Benedictine community of Ampleforth Abbey
Religious Studies Trip to Rome
Rome, capital of the longest lasting Empire in human history, is today a city dominated by Christianity
Religious Studies Trip to The Holy Land
See first hand the places described in the Bible, and learn how the religions of Judaism and Islam were also recorded in this Holy Land