Today was the planned launch of The School Trip Community. For us to meet members and chat with a glass of fizz in hand, as we looked out to London from the top of The Shard. Instead, today we look out to a very different city and country during this challenging and unprecedented time.
I created The Community as a way to connect teachers with school trip venues, sharing the unique educational aspects and resources that they can offer. Community isn’t just a random name I picked, but the attitude I want us to strive to live and work by.
It is my commitment to you that this won’t change.
Even though closed to the public, we’ll still be having conversations with theatres, museums, galleries and attractions from across the UK. We’ll be working with them to create and share new resources, educational videos and other interactive elements to help you and help your students.
We’ve already put together a guide of places you can download free resources, and will be creating similar tips, guides, tools, videos and articles to help where we can. These will all be on our News and Facebook pages and as a special round-up every Friday.
You can also find all free educational resources in our free teaching resources library.
If there is anything specific we can do to help you, your students or your school, please reach out to me directly via email or call me on 07470 660804.
Best wishes and speak soon,
Founder of The School Trip Community
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