Geography school trips
An integral dimension to the study of geography is a trip abroad giving students the opportunity to see first-hand some of the earth’s most magnificent geographical wonders. There are many fantastic destinations to choose from, some close to the UK for those looking for a shorter travel time such as Spain and Iceland and others a little bit further afield but well worth the journey including China and Marrakech. We have worked closely with geography specialists to develop curriculum specific itineraries that link directly to GCSE and A-Level exam specifications. We have highlighted how the excursions chosen for these itineraries are relevant to the themes studies within the classroom such as economic change, sustainability, tourism, volcanic landforms, tectonic activity and much more. Volcanoes, waterfalls, coastal plains, mountains, sea cliffs and salt plants – there is so much to discover with a Geography school trip that is sure to inspire your students to ask questions and learn more about the subject.
By creating curriculum linked itineraries our subject specialists have recommended the following destinations for Geography trips. The itineraries provided are examples and we will work with you to develop a bespoke itinerary that meets the needs of your required learning outcomes.