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School trip ideas

Discussion in 'School trips' started by Tinkercat, Feb 23, 2010.

  1. blazer

    blazer Star commenter



    There are several categories of trip.



    One may be to directly support a part of the curriculum such as a museum containing Roman artefacts or a field trip to a farm.

    It may be just to provide a broader context to a part of the curriculum.

    It may be to develop the children in areas not covered in the classroom such a residential activity trip to develop confidence and teamwork.

    Or it may be just for fun such as a trip to a theme park.



    Many trips may actually be a combination of two or more of the above.
     
  2. Wondering what to do with the new school curriculum- Stone Age? We run hands on experiences for schools to come and delve into the Stone Age with us. www.outback2basics.co.uk

    We run interactive workshops for groups- stone tool making, grass matts, cooking, cave art and much more. We remove the museum glass cabinet and children and teachers can really get a hold of our Stone Age wares. Our question and answer session realy brings the Stone Age alive with firs and skins being passed around and stone tools and saws made from a deer jaw. All inspire more questions and build a 3D image of how our ancestors really lived.
     
  3. Hi matt_outandabout, I work for an outdoor education charity and all of our trips are linked to learning outcomes integrated with learning back in he classroom.

    www.widehorizons.org.uk
     

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