London STEM

3 days/2 nights

From only £139pp

Overview

3 days/2 nights From only £139pp

Lovers of science are certain to love London!  Spark your inner Darwin and Newton on this immersive educational trip.   We have an extensive bank of technical visits and lectures to help tailor-make a programme to meet your specific learning objectives. 

What's included in the trip?

  • Accommodation on a B&B basis
  • Multi-bedded rooms for students
  • Single/twin rooms for leaders
  • Free itinerary planning and visits booking service
  • Comprehensive travel pack
  • 1:10 leader place ratio

Sample itinerary

  • Day 1

    Departure from school. National Museum of Computing. Meal. West End Show.

  • Day 2

    ‘Centre of the Cell’ Science workshop. Old Operating Theatre Museum.  London Eye flight. 

  • Day 3

    Science museum workshop. Departure to school.

Accommodation

Enhance your trip

  • Explore the wonders of the night sky with expert commentary from astronomers.
  • Silicon Roundabout and Tech City walking tour in which students will gain a first-hand insight into London's tech scene as well as being able to see the UK’s first bitcoin ATMs.
  • Workshop in which you will discover how 21st century criminal investigations are conducted.
  • Guided walking tour of the Thames Barrier with focus on how it was designed, built and functions today.
  • Bletchey Park, is the site of the birthplace of the first modern computer and Enigma.
  • Uncover the magic behind the Harry Potter films with this unique studio tour.
  • Linked to the National Curriculum, the London Zoo's educational experiences can be adaptable to all ages. The experiences are interactive and include resources such as live animals, biofacts and multimedia.
  • The Natural History Museum exhibits a vast range of specimens from various segments of natural history. The museum is located on Exhibition Road with neighbouring FREE Museums- Science Museum and The V&A.
  • Kew is the perfect setting for an outdoor classroom. Kew offers educational sessions with hands-on curriculum-linked activities led by a Kew teacher. The teachers teach in groups of 15 students and Kew will arrange an itinerary for your day to ensure all students have the chance to take part.
  • The Chelsea Physic Garden was in 1673 to grow plants to be used as medicines.
  • The Shard is among the latest addition to London’s skyline designed by Master Architect Renzo Piano. It has become the tallest building in Westoern Europe at a height of 1016ft.
  • Some of London’s most classic icons can be seen on a Thames boat trip which meanders through the centre of the UK’s capital sailing past Canary Wharf, Westminster and more.