About Handsam School Trips Advisor

Welcome to Handsam's SchoolTripsAdvisor.org.uk

HandsamSchoolTripsAdvisor is the brand new website brought to you by Handsam Ltd, the UK's leading experts on school trip planning, educational experiences and safety. We have created this site specifically for staff who plan and lead trips to be able to do so more easily, effectively and quickly - engaging and stimulating your students whatever their age, ability and aptitudes are.

If you are a Venue or Provider of school trips please click here to view a help page designed to assist you with gaining the best possible experience from HandsamSchoolTripsAdvisor.

At HandsamSchoolTripsAdvisor trip leaders are able to:

You will also receive our monthly e-newsletter which features all the latest School Trip-related news, articles about great providers and venues, features about safety and much, much more.

HandsamSchoolTripsAdvisor.org.uk will become your first port of call when you are thinking about running any trip and we want to create a community feel which allows staff to help each other, receive advice and understand the demands of running any school trip or adventurous activity.

Use of the website is completely free - you just need to create an account and get started finding out more about where to go, what to do and how to plan your trips and activities safely.

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'Sign Up' by selecting 'Create a New Account' in the box below to get started...

Click Here For Help on any aspect of HandsamSchoolTripsAdvisor

​Handsam SchoolTripsAdvisor is also the home of National School Trips Week. Click HERE to find out more!

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Latest News

Head Teacher Uses School Credit Card to Fund Family Holidays

Simon Feasey, a Head Teacher from North Yorkshire, has been banned from teaching after it was discovered that he had been using the school credit card to fund extravagant trips for himself and his family.

In July 2014, Mr Feasey spent £1,900 of school funds on a private trip to Amsterdam with his wife and two children. The Head Teacher was able to disguise the holiday as a ‘pre-visit’ in advance of a school trip arranged for the upcoming September.