Kids · Parenting

The Benefits Of School Trips

School trips are a great way to enjoy a unique learning experience outside of the classroom.
Schools organise trips to support all kinds of subjects, such as geography, history and science, as well as languages.

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Parsons Green Prep School believes that school trips are an important part of children’s education. They have helped to put together this insightful round up of the many benefits of school trips…

  • Educational trips allow children to immerse themselves in a particular topic in a multi-sensory way, which is not only more fun, but it is also more memorable. For example, it is one thing to read about life in the rain forest, but to visit a living rain forest, even inside a greenhouse, is quite a different learning experience. They can feel the humidity and learn about various trees and plants by walking amongst them.
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  • For older students there are often opportunities to experience trips abroad, which help to support personal development, as well as enhance a number of academic skills. For example, a trip to Paris can be very beneficial to children learning French at school. This is because it allows children to fully immerse in the French language, food and culture.
  • For some children being away from home, even for a short period of time can be difficult; however being away with classmates can help to make the experience feel a lot more comfortable and exciting. Educational trips encourage the development of social, personal and study skills and can help students to build confidence and become more independent.
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As you can see there are many benefits associated with school trips. They not only provide fun learning opportunities, but they can also help to develop a number of academic and personal skills. Parents, schools and students should embrace school trips and strive to make each one a valuable and memorable learning experience.

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