We believe in practising what we preach at WST. We wouldn’t want to recommend a trip for your students without being certain it will be a fulfilling journey for everyone involved, and the only way to know for certain is to experience our trips first hand.
Done right, school trips can provide an enriching experience, allowing students to discover new destinations and build knowledge, cultural appreciation and friendships along the way.
After over 30 years in the educational travel sector, WST have learnt exactly what it takes to offer students a fulfilling travel experience, as well as being able to provide a hassle-free trip for teachers. Below, we’ve highlighted the key issues for educators taking students on a tour.
Are you looking to use social media to document a school trip on the go? WST Travel has compiled a list of the most useful apps for educational professionals to share their tour experiences away from the classroom.*
“Those who cannot learn from history are doomed to repeat it,” George Santayana.
Each year, thousands of schools make the short trip across the channel to witness, first-hand, the site of the Normandy landings. This location is just one of the many chosen by history educators to teach their students about the sacrifice made by Allied troops during the Second World War.