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.
In honour of our school groups about to head off on awesome adventures to far flung lands, I thought it time to tantalise your tastebuds with ten tasty treats for tip-top trips. Mary Berry eat your heart out.
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…
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:
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…
Cute photos of white teenagers playing with black orphans are helping sell school expeditions to naïve parents and eager students. But what is the real impact of school expedition project work?
We have more of our fab A2 educational resource travel maps to give away. Get in touch if you want one!
Homework to mark? Meetings? That dentist appointment. Date night. Laundry. Not forgetting Friday night’s parents’ evening, or the promise you made to run the London marathon wearing nothing but a mankini and waving a “save the Rhinos” banner. IS ‘LIFE’ GETTING IN THE WAY OF YOUR BEST INTENTIONS? Here’s how to be a super-hero to your students.
What’s black, white and red all over? Yes, it’s our new China expedition (and no, there are no sun burnt penguins, sorry). Our trip of the month to kick off 2014 includes Pandas, inner-Mongolia (yes, in China) and much more!
Picture the scene: You’re walking through a busy market… the stalls are buzzing, the trinkets are calling, banana pancakes, tailor-made shirts, holy men with Ray Bans and, oh, a cow that’s ‘relieved itself’ on your leg. Welcome to India and a teacher’s inspection visit like no other.