Below you’ll find the answers to some of the key questions associated with the Hyundai Great British School Trip.
How do I register for the Great British School Trip?
Simply hit ‘Register’ in the top right corner of this page. You will be asked a few questions and will then be able to access all of the website content and apply for a bursary. If you already have a National Schools Partnership account the email and password will be the same as this account.
I can’t remember my password. How do I access my account?
Click the forgotten password link and follow the on-screen instructions. You may be asked to confirm your details via a link in your email.
My email address is already in use, but I’m not registered to the Great British School Trip. What do I do?
If you are registered with the National Schools Partnership and have accessed any of their other initiatives, your login details will be the same. Try logging in with those details instead of trying to register, you may find you are already halfway there!
How do I find a venue near me?
Search for a venue near you by entering your postcode HERE. You can click on each listed experience to find out more information and then click the ‘book’ button when you are ready.
Alternatively, you can search for a specific venue, by age or for a particular curriculum link on the venues page HERE.
How do I book a trip?
Each experience will have a ‘Apply Now’ button on the individual venue page. Click this and follow the on-screen instructions. For some experiences, you can book on the provider’s site and for others, we will book your trip on this site.
How do I apply for bursary support?
You can apply for bursary support by completing the form on the “bursary” section of the site. You will also need to submit proof of your trip to this form, this could be a booking reference for a venue or proof of travel.
Can I apply for more than one bursary?
You can apply for a bursary to support different trips and different age groups, however we can’t guarantee that we can help cover the costs for all the trips, but we’ll try to help as much as we can.
Can the bursary be used for trips abroad?
No, the bursary can only be used for trips in the UK.
Can I apply if we have less than 30 pupils?
We have set the 30-pupil minimum as a way of ensuring we can reach as many pupils as possible, however we do appreciate that there are occurrences where it is not possible to gather 30 pupils.
Please do apply for a bursary as we consider each application on a case-by-case basis. Add some detail about who you are and why you are applying for a small group, and we will make sure to consider your application on your EDI criteria instead of your group size.
How are bursaries allocated?
The Great British School Trip bursaries are available to all schools but they are prioritised by EDI criteria such as the percentage of your pupils who are eligible for free school meals. However, we will try our very best to help as many schools as possible.
What is the application process?
How do I know if my bursary application was accepted?
We will be in touch via email within 10 working days to let you know if you have been successful.
Why was my bursary application rejected?
Due to a high demand for bursary funding, we are not able to offer it to all schools. We will be in touch in the future about the next year of the programme.
How do I claim my bursary funds?
Head to the ‘My Account’ section of The Great British School Trip website. Your bursary status will have changed to ‘Accepted’ and a ‘Send Receipts’ button will have appeared. Click this button and follow the on-screen instructions.
What are the different programme themes?
There are 4 engaging and cross-curricular themes:
- Imagination and Curiosity – Exploring the power of imagination and how it can be harnessed to change the world
- People and the Planet – Empowering young people to play an active role in creating a sustainable future
- Breakthroughs and Discoveries – Investigating the moments of genius that have enabled humanity to progress
- Journeys and Adventures – Celebrating the broadening of horizons and stepping outside of your comfort zone
How do the programme themes link to the curriculum?
Each programme theme has cross-curricular links. Trip resources will build on learning in core subjects including English, STEM, History, Geography and PSHE, with free curriculum-linked resources.
- Imagination and Curiosity –English and the Arts
- People and the Planet – Science and Geography
- Breakthroughs and Discoveries – STEM and History
- Journeys and Adventures – PSHE & Skills Development
How do I download the free educational resources?
All the educational resources can be found on the resources page HERE. Simply click the download button for the resources you need. The resources have also been collated into four curriculum-linked themes. Each venue is linked to one of these themes, and the associated content can also be downloaded from the venue pages.
How do I enter the competition?
Download the Competition Entry Form from the resource section of the website. We recommend downloading the resources aligned to your trip venue for maximum impact. The roadmaps are designed to unlock student creativity on the trip and help inspire them to create “Visions for the Future”.
Can I enter the competition if I didn’t receive bursary support?
Yes, the competition is open to everyone.
What prizes are on offer for the competition winner?
The winner of the Vision of the Future competition will receive an all-expenses paid school trip to PGL!
What admin support is available?
In the venue section of the website, you will find an array of administrative documents to make organising your trip easier, such as risk assessments and letters to parents.
Do you have any workshops or interactive experiences?
Are home schooled children eligible for the bursary?
No. The bursary is only open to registered schools.
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