National Careers Week - help for your students

National Careers Week is coming up on 1st -6th March.

  • Feb 23, 2021
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Discover ESA’s world of space and technology

The European Space Agency’s (ESA) technical heart ESTEC in the Netherlands is offering our science students...

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We are 40 today!

We are celebrating 40 years in the school travel industry today.

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School travel in the UK

While we wait for the world to re-open you may be considering travelling in the...

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"It linked with Theatre Studies, GCSE Drama and Dance – covered a great part of performance work, script work and career ideas."

Karen, Head of Performing Arts, Bristol

"The visit to CERN was amazing. The students are Physicists and found the whole experience at CERN riveting."

Mehdi Behnoudnia, Teacher of Physics, Kingston Grammar School, Surrey

"Alahree and Sabine were excellent.To sum up our Club Europe tour experience: completely reliable."

Alda Whaley, Head of Modern Languages, Beacon Academy, East Sussex

"All the trips were perfect and everything went really smoothly -911,Empire State and the Statue of Liberty Cruise and Ellis island. There were all fantastic."

Robert, Teacher of Music, South Lanarkshire

"The combination of all visits was perfect."

Wendy Ward, Sir James Smith's School

"I feel confident that Club Europe provide an excellent service .The communication is fanatsic. I always feel they know about our trip to the finest detail.The director Tim intervenes too. Excellent."

Alda, Head of Modern Languages, East Sussex

"The students learned more about historical events not usually studied in our curriculum."

Jenny Wong, Latymer Upper School, London

"All the students on the trip are currently studying A Level Classical Civilisation with me and I have taught units on Greek religion, where they have studied the Acropolis of Athens and Delphi."

Kathryn, Head of Classics, Hertfordshire

"It was exceptional for Geography and fitted well with the GCSE curriculum. There were also overlaps with science, history and art/photography."

Sian, Teacher of Geography, Surrey