Vote Now for the School Travel Awards 2019/20

If you’ve had a fantastic experience on a school trip, or your school travel provider went the extra mile to make your visit extra special, now’s the chance to let the world know.

Voting is now open for the annual School Travel Organiser awards for 2019/20 and not only do you get to vote for your favourite destination or attraction, you also get the chance to win £1,500 for your school.

16 of the 18 award categories are open for your votes while two different categories have their own nomination and entry forms. Categories include the Best Museum or Gallery, Best Theatre Production or Best UK Attraction. Anyone involved in organising school trips and learning outside the classroom experiences can vote, from teachers to educational visit coordinators, but you must work for, or represent, a school. Votes will not be accepted from companies or providers. 

The deadline to vote is Friday, 5th July, 2019.

If your school has organised engaging and rewarding trips for students in Key Stage 1 to 4, you could enter the ‘My Best School Trip’ Award and stand a chance to win £1,500 for your school.

Request an entry pack here          

The results of the School Travel Awards 2019/20 will be announced at the special lunch and ceremony on Friday 15th November, taking place at the Royal Garden Hotel in Kensington, London and hosted by broadcaster and television presenter, Fiona Bruce.

For more voting information, click here

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Chester Zoo to give thousands of free tickets to school groups.

Chester Zoo is offering free tickets for more than 42,000 children, in a bid to get young people involved in conservation. Free places are available for pupils from reception age to year 13, for weekday visits between 1 November 2019 to 28 February 2020, during the Cheshire West and Chester region term time.

The tickets are offered as part of the Zoo’s annual education campaign to raise awareness of endangered species and to get young people interested in all aspects of conservation.

Charlotte Smith, Head of Discovery and Learning at Chester Zoo, said: