Want to bring history to life for your students and gain inspiration for your history lessons? Why not arrange a school history trip abroad?
Your history school trip will be tailor made to meet your specific requirements and learning objectives. So, whether you want your students to better understand conditions in the trenches, or you want them to learn more about medical advancements during WW1, our WW1 battlefields can be tailored to suit you.
Perhaps your students are learning about the Nazis and the Holocaust? In Berlin they can find out more about the rise of the Nazis and how Hitler, once seen as a fanatic, eventually rose to become dictator. You could extend your trip with a visit to Krakow, so that your students gain a deeper understanding of the scale and horror of the Holocaust, with a visit to Auschwitz.
We also offer trips to France and Russia, where your students can find out more about the revolutions there that not only transformed those countries, but also had a huge effect on global politics.
School History Trip to Kenilworth Castle and Stratford-Upon-Avon
A history school trip to Kenilworth Castle and Stratford-Upon-Avon with a focus on the Tudors will allow your students to step back in time to this fascinating period, where they can learn more about society, architecture, theatre and the politics of the time.
A history school trip to Dover Castle and Kent with a focus on WW2 offers your students the opportunity to explore and understand WW2 from a local perspective, to see what life was like in Britain during wartime.
Visiting Auschwitz on a history school trip to Krakow is an experience which your students are unlikely to forget, but it’s essential to understanding 20th century history and the darker side of human nature!
A history school trip to Ypres offers your students the opportunity to explore the WW1 battlefields, to really develop their understanding of the scale of the war, as well as the experiences of soldiers and civilians here!
Occupied twice by German troops in the 20th century, this history school trip to Dunkirk brings into focus the themes of Hitler’s foreign policy, the origins of WW2, Britain at war and the development of warfare!
The Nazis & the Holocaust School Trip to Amsterdam & Arnhem
A history school trip to the WW2 battlefields in the Netherlands evokes a powerful picture of the time and ‘recounts’ events via personal accounts that will appeal directly to your students, as they’ll be able to identify with them!
A history school trip to Berlin with a focus on the Cold War will afford your students a far greater understanding of the history of a city in which so many of the 20th century’s key events were played out!
Ofsted have advised that 'The most effective departments in secondary schools used enrichment activities regularly to support students’ learning.’ And trips to Berlin and to the WW1 battlefields were named as ‘key features’".
On a history school trip to the WW1 battlefields, your group will experience the living conditions in the trenches, as well as the destructive power, waste and futility of war, by following the events of the 1916 Battle of the Somme and the Third Battle of Ypres.
In Berlin, MunichandKrakow, your students will have the chance to reflect on visits to Nazi concentration camps and learn more about the rise of National Socialism and the eventual fall of Hitler. And in Berlinand Moscow, your students will discover how the ideological warfare of the Cold War affected the local population.