You’re here because, like us, you know that a school trip abroad will be one of the most valuable educational opportunities your students will ever experience.
Like you, we led our own school trips before founding Halsbury Travel. From our experiences, we’ve created a tour operator designed to ease the pressures on you, so that you can enjoy the school trip experience as much as your students.
So, whether you're looking for a French school trip to France, a history school trip to Berlin and Krakow or the WW1 battlefields, or a geography school trip to Iceland, Costa Rica or the USA, we'll ensure that it's meticulously designed to meet your specific requirements and learning objectives.
Halsbury Travel is a school travel company that specialises in creating school trips tailored to your specific requirements. We’re here to help teachers like you to inspire young people by taking learning outside the classroom.
Whether you’re looking to arrange an educational trip to the WW1 Battlefields, or a ski trip to the Alps, our experienced Travel Advisers will work closely with you to create a school trip that will inspire your pupils and create long-lasting memories.
As a fully-accredited travel company, booking with Halsbury Travel offers you complete peace of mind. Our ABTA, Atol, STF and LOTC accreditations are your guarantee that your trip will be fully financially protected, your student’s safety will be prioritised and that it will be a quality educational experience.
With over 30 years’ experience in arranging school trips to destinations across Europe and worldwide, when you book your school trip with Halsbury, you can rest assured that you are in the safe hands of experts.
Popular trips summer 2023
Creating Your Perfect Trip
Our experienced tour advisers will be pleased to provide you with any information or advice you need to choose the right school trip for your group. And when you've decided where you're going, they'll send you a tailor-made, no-obligation quote.
Launching your trip to parents and students
We've created a variety of promotional materials to help you launch your trip to students and parents. These will also help to create a buzz around your school trip, to help you reach the numbers required to make it cost-effective.
After you've booked
Once you've booked, one of our knowledgeable Itinerary Coordinators will work through the final details of your school trip with you. They'll make bookings for any visits and activities you choose to include, as well as provide any information or advice you need.
Support while you're away
Before you go, we'll send you your group leader's pack, which will include all the important information for your tour, including a list of emergency contacts. These contacts will be available 24/7 throughout your trip to provide emergency assistance in the unlikely event that something goes wrong.
After your trip
We've created a number of resources to help you continue the learning once you're back in the classroom. Plus, you'll have earned loyalty points from this trip that you can use towards a discount on the next - so, shall we start planning?
Featured School Trips Abroad
Bolton Muslim Girls' School
Find out all about Bolton Muslim Girls’ School’s amazing school trip to Jordan! Read more…
Archbishop Ilsley Catholic School's Trip to the WW1 Battlefields
Find out why the group from Archbishop Ilsley Catholic School visited the WW1 battlefields. Read more…
Royal Liberty School's Cross-Curricular School Trip to Belgium
Find out what Royal Liberty School got up to on their cross-curricular school trip to Belgium. Read more…
Charters School's Language Study Tour to Montpellier
Find out what happened on Charters School's recent French school trip to Montpellier. Read more…
A fabulous trip, the organisers couldn't do enough for us. The students loved it and the itinerary planned was so varied that the students were amazed by the amount of experiences that they recieved in such a short amount of time.– Kirk Hallam Academy
Annual school ski racing experience at Les 2 Alpes, designed to fully immerse students in the social nature of winter sports.