Sunday is World Tourism Day, when we are encouraged to reflect on the role of tourism in today's world.
Posted on:25 September 2015
Posted in: Geography
Tomorrow is the European Day of Languages, when Europeans across the continent celebrate their linguistic diversity and promote language learning.
Posted in: Language
In July, a group from Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School took a school history trip to Normandy, to learn about D-Day. Find out how they got on in this, their school trip diary!
Posted on:18 September 2015
Posted in: WW2
One of the main headlines to come from the GCSE and A-Level results days were the continued decline in the uptake of modern foreign languages.
Posted on:26 August 2015
Tagged with: French
The new 'Core Maths' qualification is set to inspire students to see the practical applications of maths.
Posted on:04 August 2015
Posted in: Mathematics
The forthcoming academic year has been designated the 'Year of Fieldwork'.
Posted on:03 August 2015
Today is Bastille Day, France’s national holiday!
Posted on:14 July 2015
75 years ago today, the Battle of Britain began. This would be a decisive moment during the Second World War.
Posted on:10 July 2015
This evening will see the 30,000th rendition of the Last Post Ceremony held at the Menin Gate in Ypres.
Posted on:09 July 2015
Posted in: WW1
Today marks 200 years since the decisive defeat of Napoleon’s forces by the Duke of Wellington’s army at the famous Battle of Waterloo.
Posted on:18 June 2015
Posted in: History
Copyright © 2016
Halsbury Travel Ltd
35 Churchill Park, Nottingham, NG4 2HF