Visit to York Dungeon
School Activities Week Trip to Yorkshire
A school trip to Yorkshire for Activities Week gives your students the opportunity to learn and develop outside the classroom.
Visits to the historic city of York for the Chocolate Story and to Hull for one of the UK’s largest aquariums allow students to gain or develop their skills and personal relationships, and how to manage their academic, personal and social lives in a positive way.
Plus, you’ll have the chance to spend a morning on Yorkshire’s beautiful coast, perhaps at Scarborough, the original seaside resort, or in dramatic Whitby, with its ruined abbey and links to Dracula.
Visit to York's Chocolate Story or York Maze
Evening at accommodation
Drive to the coast and visit Scarborough, Whitby or Filey
Visit to the Deep aquarium in Hull
Return to school
- 1 night's half-board accommodation
- 49-seater executive coach
- Access to the Vamoos app to download all tour-related travel documents
- Detailed information pack
- Entry to the Deep Aquarium
- Free staff place ratio 1:8
- Guided tour of York's Chocolate Story
- Itinerary planning service
- VAT at current rate to tour operators
The Deep Aquarium
One of the UK's largest aquariums the Deep is home to 5000 animals including sharks, rays and penguins. Workshops, prese… Read more
Visit York Dungeon to experience 2,000 years of York's darkest history. You'll meet some very shady characters and, if… Read more
York's Chocolate Story
In the 19th century, York's Quaker families opened their own cocoa houses and chocolate shops, leading to the city… Read more
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After a £1 million renovation completed in 2013, the YHA York is now ready to welcome school groups.
The hostel offers modern rooms and facilities in a historic location with a 24/7 café, bar, games room, pool table and wi-fi in public areas.
Students are accommodated in multi-bedded rooms, with teachers in twins or singles.
Kirk Hallam Academy, June 2019A 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 received in such a short amount of time.
Gail Biggins - Tour Adviser
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