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Off-site safety management INSET day

Off-site safety management INSET day

Be honest now… How was your last INSET day? If it didn’t quite measure up to the show stopping, thought provoking, eye-opening professional development day you had hoped for (did I mention fun?) then here’s how to make sure the next one breaks the mould.

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Off-site safety management INSET day

Off-site safety management INSET day

Be honest now… How was your last INSET day? If it didn’t quite measure up to the show stopping, thought provoking, eye-opening professional development day you had hoped for (did I mention fun?) then here’s how to make sure the next one breaks the mould.

Posted in: safety / Schools Date: 10/10/2014 view full POST
Mt Meru and the Maasai School Expedition

Mt Meru and the Maasai School Expedition

Hot off the press for one of our favourite clients is this three week Mt Meru and the Maasai Expedition to northern Tanzania. To say we’re excited about it would be an unnecessary understatement - we think it’s been crafted to perfection.

Posted in: Schools Date: 10/10/2014 view full POST
Travel isn’t always pretty

Travel isn’t always pretty

“Travel isn’t always pretty. It isn’t always comfortable. Sometimes it hurts, it even breaks your heart. But that’s okay…
Read more and find out why this is one of our favourite travel quotes from Anthony Bourdain.

Posted in: Snippets Date: 03/10/2014 view full POST
New South African entry requirements

New South African entry requirements

School groups hoping to visit South Africa have just had the process made a whole lot more difficult by the South African government. Here we give the low down on what you’ll need if you’re planning to take other people’s children in the country.

Posted in: Schools / Snippets Date: 05/09/2014 view full POST
Palestinians, Pilgrims and Politics

Palestinians, Pilgrims and Politics

What happens if you put a Palestinian Muslim, a Palestinian Lutheran, a Catholic and an Evangelist in a small family car and send them on a road trip through the Holy Land?  Read this and find out…

Posted in: Schools Date: 10/06/2014 view full POST
Geography trips for schools: Beyond Iceland

Geography trips for schools: Beyond Iceland

What if you want your students to experience more on an overseas geography trip than glaciers, hot springs, earthquake simulations and geysers? What about… the rest of the world other than Iceland? What then? Where should you be looking? Well, a good place to start would be one of these fantastic destinations:

Posted in: Schools Date: 28/05/2014 view full POST
Yesterday, I fell off my chair. Twice.

Yesterday, I fell off my chair. Twice.

The unfortunate incident(s) occurred whilst reading an article about a school expedition: a four week adventure to trek Nepal’s Annapurna Circuit and take part in a community project. Nothing exceptional in that, I hear you cry, except this school…

Posted in: Schools Date: 07/04/2014 view full POST

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