Trips are arranged under four exciting, curriculum-linked themes
Imagination and Curiosity – English and the Arts - Exploring the power of imagination and how it can be harnessed to change the world
People and the Planet – Science and Geography - Empowering young people to play an active role in creating a sustainable future
Breakthroughs and Discoveries – STEM and History - ’Investigating the moments of genius that have enabled humanity to progress
Journeys and Adventures – PSHE & Skills Development - Celebrating the broadening of horizons and stepping outside of your comfort zone
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The Natural History Museum at Tring is a victorian zoological collection created by Walter Rothschild in 1892. There are over 4000 taxidermy and skeleton specimens to explore, from dressed fleas to polar bears. Inspire your students’ curiosity about the natural world and explore the variety of life on Earth. The hands-on workshops and gallery activities are closely tied to the National Curriculum.
Don’t forget, if you are looking for help with funding the cost of your trip, you can apply for a bursary!
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We know that funding a school trip isn’t always easy. If you are looking for help with costs, you can apply for the Great British School Trip bursary. This can help with the cost of travel or entry tickets to any Great British School Trip partner venue.
Simply fill in our bursary form and let us know how we might help with the costs.
Akeman Street, Tring
HP23 6AP. England
10am - 5pm daily