Learning outside the classroom can build a child’s confidence and can transform their relationships with the world around them.
We want our tours to be inspirational and educational, we also want to engage students and give them a trip they remember for a long time. Above all, we want to make sure that the tours are enjoyable, not just for your students, but also for you.
We understand that taking pupils away from their usual learning environment can involve a lot of work, that’s why we aim to make our tours as easy and stress-free as possible.
We have put together a selection of downloadable resources (see below) to make your planning easier.
Plus, with access to an experienced member of our team through our 24-hour duty system, we can arrange inspection visits and, wherever you decide to tour with us.
Imperial War Museum
A museum of all military operations in which British or Commonwealth forces have been involved since August 1914. It includes HMS Belfast and the Cabinet War Rooms in Whitehall. Teachers may find these free resources useful. Find out more.
Commonwealth War Graves Commission
The Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) pays tribute to the 1,700,000 men and women of the Commonwealth forces who died in the two World Wars. Teachers may find these free resources useful. Find out more.
National Army Museum
The National Army Museum’s purpose is to explain the impact that the British Army has had on the character of Britain, Europe and the world. Teachers may find these free resources useful. Find out more.
Royal British Legion
Founded in 1921, The Royal British Legion is a charity providing financial, social and emotional support to millions who have served and are currently serving in the Armed Forces, and their dependants. Teachers may find these free resources useful. Find out more.
Historial de la Grande Guerre
The Museum of the Great War in Péronne, Somme, shows the experiences of the major participants in the First World War; not only of the soldiers in the front line, but also of the civilians who suffered occupation by an enemy force or had to flee their homes. Find out more.
In Flanders Fields Museum, Ypres
This interactive museum takes visitors through the experiences of both soldiers and civilians during World War One. Find out more.
Memorial Museum Passchendaele 1917
Having opened its doors in 2004, the Memorial Museum Passchendaele became a nationally recognised museum. It keeps the memory alive of the Battle of Passchendaele and focuses on the physical aspects of WW1. Find out more.
Hooge Crater Cafe and Museum
Holding many of the finest WW1 collections in the area containing a unique collection of First World War uniforms, displays and military artefacts. There is also a Hooge Crater Theme Café on site, set in historical premises that once housed the local school. Find out more.