We are an official partner and provider of school trips to Europe for Gems schools and Aldar Academies. We have been rigorously assessed and successfully added to GEMS Education and Aldar Academies’ list of approved providers.
GEMS Education has a global network of schools, providing high quality education to more than 142,000 students from 151 countries. Their school model is unique in that it offers a broad range of curricula across a range of tuition fees.
Aldar Academies is the leading education provider in Abu Dhabi and Al Ain, with over 6,500 students across seven academies.
Our Managing Director Tim Johnson makes regular visits to the region every year to meet Head Teachers and tour leaders to discuss our tours in person. If you would like to arrange for Tim to visit you at your school, please get in touch at email@example.com.
We’re delighted to be an official partner of the 11th World Choir Games taking place between July 5th-15th 2020 in Flanders in Belgium, the world’s largest international choir event.Find out more about the World Choir Games
We're delighted to be the approved provider of music tours for AMIS. The Association for Music in International School (AMIS) is an international organization that sponsors a variety of music festivals annually which are designed to benefit students in international schools. AMIS events occur in Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Africa, and Latin America. These festivals are a symbol of AMIS’ belief that music is a universal language. Their goal is to bring together students and teachers from many places to further their education in music and to promote cultural diversity and global unity.
We are delighted to be working with the International School Consultancy (ISC), the leading provider of data and market intelligence on the international schools market.
Professional, courteous, committed and fun. Many thanks Club Europe for a first class experience.
Nick Howe, St Paul’s Junior School, London
A caring operator who worked hard for the boys to get a great experience and develop their football at the same time.
Tom Whitehead, Head of Football, Dulwich College