Irish & UK School Trips
Irish and UK school trips are a valuable and often cost-effective way to complement your class curriculum and support practical learning outside of the classroom. We offer a range of Irish and UK trips for primary school and high school classes, giving young people of all ages a chance to have fun while learning about particular subjects and areas of the country.
Our range of English literature, drama and performing arts tours is second to none and features school trips to Stratford and London – a chance to visit the origins of Shakespeare, Dickens and many more UK cultural icons. The West End plays host to world-class productions and musicals which take centre stage on many performing arts tours too.
Pupils can also visit London to study British history, maths, geography, music, art and design, psychology and sociology, religious studies, science, media studies and business studies.
We also offer UK theme park trips tailored for both secondary and primary school children which add a dash of fun to the learning experience.
It’s surprising how much is going on right on your doorstep – get in touch to find out more about planning your ideal UK school trip and take a look at our most popular options below.
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English School Trips
We offer bespoke English school trips to London and Stratford, each with a focus on the writers and literature that form the basis for many school syllabuses.
School Trips to London
School trips to London offer young people a valuable new perspective outside of the classroom and a chance to experience the sights, sounds, hustle and bustle of a major global city.
School Trips to Stratford Upon Avon
Thousands of school groups flock to Stratford Upon Avon every year to enjoy the iconic sights and shows found in Shakespeare’s home town.
School Trips to Edinburgh
Scotland’s historic capital city provides a unique learning experience for students of all ages, full of quality sights, landmarks and activities. That means there’s a lot to consider when planning your ideal school trip to Edinburgh
School Trips to Liverpool
Exciting things have been happening in Liverpool over recent years, and this vibrant city offers lots to see and do.
School Trips to Manchester
Exciting things have been happening in Manchester over recent years, and this vibrant city offers lots to see and do. Major touring musicals stop off at the Palace Theatre, MediaCity UK continues to grow, and the exciting tour of Manchester United’s Old Trafford ground is still our most popular visit.
School Trips to The Midlands
Home to one of the UK’s leading theme parks, and world famous companies such as Cadbury, Jaguar Land Rover, Denby Pottery and JCB, a visit to the Midlands is a must for business studies groups for its diverse array of visits, with a chance to look at marketing strategies, production, logistics, business responsibilities and priorities.
School Trips to UK Theme Parks
Our theme park trips for primary school classes are a very popular idea for activities week or a class reward for hard work.
School Trips to Yorkshire
If you’re planning an educational trip in Britain, then Yorkshire is one of our most popular primary educational tour destinations. The walled city of York is one of England’s oldest and is renowned for its heritage, exquisite architecture and tangle of quaint cobbled streets. There’s something around every corner in the grand old city of York, and with the coastal towns of Scarborough and Whitby only a short drive away, this is the perfect location for a primary school trip.
School Trips to Belfast
Belfast is quickly becoming an exciting city to visit - and with more and more exhibitions and cultural visits opening, it's a destination that's suitable for all ages. The newly opened Titianic Belfast® has brought a new life to the Titanic Quarter. With this and the wide range of visits for studying Politics and Society in Northern Ireland, Belfast is an excellent low budget visit for school groups.
School Trips to Derry
Explore a variety of topics from historical, cultural and religious perspectives such as The Apprentice Boys of Derry, religious affiliation, cultural identity, ecumenism and cultural responses to “The Troubles”.
School Trips to Dublin
Why not take your school group to the Irish Capital? Enjoy the amazing visits that are educational, cultural and fun. With a diverse range of activities, museums and guided tours, this is an exciting destination with excellent access from all over Ireland.
School Trips to Northern Ireland
With its remarkably diverse landscape of breathtaking coastlines and spectacular countryside, Northern Ireland’s North Coast is the ideal geography school trip destination to study both physical and human geography. The area is filled with field trip opportunities for budding geographers, with glens, lush forest parks, secluded coastal tracks and many quaint fishing villages. Popular geography visits for school groups include the spectacular Giant’s Causeway, Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge and Portstewart Strand - which offers a fantastic opportunity for data collection and fieldwork techniques.