A religious studies school trip offers your students the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of origins of religion and its role within a society.
In a world where religion and cultures are mixing like never before, a school trip to the country in which a particular religion originated is a fascinating and enriching experience for any religious studies group, as they’ll gain a better idea of the cultural context from which the religion originated.
You can also spend some time exploring how religious minorities have been persecuted.
Visit the Vatican City in Rome to learn more about the power of the Church throughout the ages. We can even arrange for your group to attend a General Audience with the Pope, subject to schedule.
Or visit Krakow, close to the birthplace of Pope John Paul II to discover more about the different experiences of Catholics and Jews in Poland. Alternatively, you can visit Anne Frank’s House and the Jewish Historical Museum in Amsterdam or take a walking tour of London based on the themes of faith, martyrdom and jihad.