Maths school trips to London
Right on our doorstep you may not realise how many attractions and excursions in London link to mathematical concepts for a school trip. Study the properties of 2D, 3D and rectilinear shapes at Westminster, get geometrical on the London Eye, undertake the Maths challenge at the British Museum, calculate the height of the 'Shard', consider similarity of triangles on the 'Gherkin', and have fun working out the number of windows. Cross the Thames from St Pauls to the Tate to consider the mathematical challenges engineers faced solving the legendary 'wobbling' problem of the Millennium Bridge. Combine this with the science museum & London is the perfect choice for a school Maths trip.
- Arrive in London
- British Museum
- London Eye
- Science Museum's Mathematics Gallery
- Return to school
N.B The basic 'from' prices do not include excursions, for a full package price... Request a quote
Royal National Hotel
- Fantastic central location
- Great value accommodation in the heart of London
In terms of value and location the Royal National hotel is second to none in London.
Location: Located just off central Russell Square the hotel is opposite the British Museum and walking distance from the West End.
Facilities: As well as a sizeable restaurant the hotel also offers a cafe and bar area in the reception area as well as meeting rooms and a gift shop. The hotel is entirely wheelchair accessible.
Accommodation: Twin or triple rooms are normally offered for students with singles or twins for staff. All rooms are en-suite with televisions and tea & coffee making facilities.
Meals: Breakfast is served daily in the hotel's restaurant and evening meals are also available.
- Ideal for coach groups
- Quiet location with easy access to central London
Hillspring Lodge is ideal for coach groups as it offers on-site parking & convenient access into central London. Located in leafy Willesden Green, it offers comfortable rooms & excellent indoor & outdoor communal spaces.
Location: Willesden Green, a short walk from Jubilee Line (Zone 2) allowing easy access into central London
Facilities: Spacious communal areas, including restaurant, bar & lounge. Free tea/coffee & water throughout the day. On-site coach parking. Meeting rooms available to book (for up to 25 people) at a supplement.
Accommodation: Groups are usually accommodated in 4 bed dorms with washbasins, shared bathrooms & toilets are located on corridor, with additional facilities in the basement. A small number of ensuite rooms are available. All rooms have free lockers & free wifi. The hostel is staffed 24 hours & operates a security card system to limit access to rooms/areas of the hostel & has comprehensive CCTV coverage.
Meals: Buffet breakfast is included. Packed lunches & evening meals available.
Safestay London Elephant & Castle
- Great central base
- Superb on-site facilities
Located on the edge of Zone 1 & 2 in central London, Safestay London Elephant & Castle is a great central base, with easy access to some of London?s most iconic landmarks and attractions. The hostel boasts a beautiful Georgian style exterior with a modern and vibrant interior.
Location: Located a 5-minute walk from Elephant & Castle train station in central London. Very close to the Imperial War Museum.
Facilities: Free Wi-Fi provided in the lounge and bar area. 24 hour reception, providing luggage storage. Onsite restaurant, bar, lounge area, games area with a pool table, table football, TV and vending machines. Large garden/sun terrace area to unwind in after a busy day.
Accommodation: Groups are usually accommodated in 4 or 6 bed dorms (bunk bed). A majority of the rooms have ensuite facilities and lockers.
Meals: Continental buffet breakfast in the hostel?s restaurant. Bar style snacks and meals are served at the restaurant in the afternoon and evening including burgers, lasagne and pizza.
Quick Tip: This is just a small sample of possible accommodations available. Please contact us for more information.
Subject Specific Excursions
NEW! The Winton Gallery is a new interactive exhibition at the Science Museum which highlights the central role of Maths in day to day life. The museum is also home to loads of interactive experiments, bringing science to life.
Night or day The London Eye offers spectacular views of London from high above the River Thames. Famous landmarks to be seen include Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Buckingham Palace and Westminster Abbey.
British Museum - Maths Challenge
A teacher-led session using materials provided by the museum designed to develop mathematical thinking using key processes and a variety of concepts.
Greenwich and Royal Observatory
Explore the world’s largest maritime collection and the important role the Observatory has in the history of astronomy. Learn about the meaning of GMT by jumping across the Meridian line and let your pupils go star crazy at the Planetarium.
The Making of Harry Potter
Warner Bros. Studio Tours is an extraordinary world of authentic props, costumes, models and wizardry. Appreciate the incredible detail of the sets, investigate the technology of animatronics and enjoy sheer magic watching your students ride their broomsticks.
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!
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