Primary school trips to the Opal Coast, France
Studded with history you’ll be surprised by this stretch of Northern France. A quiet coastline of sweeping beaches and chalky white cliffs less than 25 miles from the UK, this is where Julius Caesar sailed for Britain and the Germans sighted their guns during World War II.
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- Convenient location close to the beach and town centre
- A warm welcome is assured
Located in the centre of Le Touquet, a lovely seaside resort, the hoteliers of this 2 star accommodation are very experienced in looking after young groups and a warm welcome is assured.
Location: The hotel is located in a quiet side-street, approximately 100 metres from the beach and the town centre.
Facilities: The dining room can be used for study in the evenings and there is a small adults-only lounge with TV, plus some electronic games and table football for students.
Accommodation: Students are accommodated in rooms for 2-4 persons, and twin/singles for staff most with en-suite facilities.
Meals: On site dining room.
- Good base for excursions
- A warm welcome is assured
The Hotel La Peupleraie is a warm and welcoming family-run 2 star hotel, set in a safe position in its own grounds with a tennis court and surrounded by trees.
Location: The hotel is situated 5 miles from Montreuil and 7 miles inland from the coast.
Facilities:The large restaurant doubles as a meeting room, there are classroom facilities and plenty of space for outdoor games.
Accommodation: There are 40 rooms, all with private facilities.
Meals: Traditional and local cuisine is served at the hotel's restaurant, which offers a warm atmosphere and free Wi-Fi access.
Quick Tip: This is just a small sample of possible accommodations available. Please contact us for more information.
Subject Specific Excursions
Bagatelle Theme Park
Ride on a roller coaster, discover a gold mine, take to the race-track then cool off on the water-rides. This exciting theme park set in attractive wooded countryside has a French twist and is a popular excursion for our school groups.
Pegasus Bridge Museum
Follow the heroic story of the flight to Normandy and the capture of this vital location. Walk across the original bridge and peek into the astonishing gliders; this visit presents a relatively easy to understand and important event of WWII history.
Nausicaa Sea Life Centre
Meet the sea lions, clownfish and sharks, feel the rough texture of a ray's back and watch penguins gulping down their dinner. Europe’s largest aquarium is a fantastic resource to develop an understanding of marine ecology and conservation issues.
Enter the tiny world of the snail. Watch their antennae see, taste and explore. Investigate the molluscs’ adaptations and life cycle, from egg-hatching in the spring to winter hibernation. Appreciate the importance of snail production for French cuisine.
Children will love discovering the chemistry of chocolate! Watch it heated, stirred, moulded and decorated into a fabulous display of novelty shapes. Contrast the dark rich chocolate of at least 70% cocoa with our familiar UK chocolate.
A huge bunker built as a launch pad for Hitler's planned V2 rocket attack on London. Primary groups can explore the technology of warfare, find out what life was like under German occupation and discover how children adapted to wartime life.
Visit a local Bakery
Discover the science that goes into bread-making. Watch the traditional making and baking of baguettes, brioches and pastries. Practise simple French language skills ordering pains au chocolat or fresh croissants to take away.
Quick Tip: If you have an excursion in mind which you don't see listed, please get in touch so we can do our best to arrange it for you!