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Maths school trips

Calculate how many panes the Louvre pyramid really does have, or get hands-on with maths exhibits at MoMath in New York – the possibilities for an educational maths trips are huge, and will encourage links between maths learned in the classroom and the real world. While there’s a range of museums and exhibits linked to mathematics learning abroad, you can also incorporate some fun into your Maths tour by including a theme park and asking students to answer equations about gravity, speed and force. Encourage your students to see where a career in mathematics can take them in the real world.

Our Mathematics subject experts have recommended the following destinations for a school trip and have put together itineraries and examples of excursions to help you plan your trip. Upon receiving your enquiry we will work with you to create a tailor-made itinerary for your group to meet your learning requirements.


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Maths school trips in the UK