Where better to discover the English language. Kick off your trip to England’s capital with a half-day guided panoramic tour of all the best sights. Cameras at the ready! Enjoy a Theatreland walking tour, discovering Regency times all the way through to present day. ‘The Big Smoke’ is home to the famous Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre. Take a trip the resplendent Victoria & Albert Museum where you’ll explore its theatre collection. Bring words and scripts to life, participate in a unique ‘Phantom Lair’ theatre workshop - a fab experience not to be missed! Enjoy a backstage tour of the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, one of London’s oldest theatres.
There’s never been a better time to take your class and learn about the historical moments and how this shaped the modern English language. WW1 & 2, produced some of the most emotive writing and poems ever written. On this tour your students can visit various famous cemeteries and the fields where the Pilckem Ridge gas attack took place. Step back in time as you wander through the reconstructed trenches of Vimy Ridge and the St Vaast German Cemetery. Imagine soldiers writing love notes and poems that will stand the test of time. Pay a trip to the Vimy Interpretive Centre and the Memorial before departing for Calais and returning to the UK.
The setting for classics such as 'The Heart of Mid-Lothian' & 'The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie'. Treat your students to a tour of Edinburgh. Take a walking tour of the historic Royal Mile that links Edinburgh Castle with the Palace of Holyrood. Soak up the city’s remarkable architecture and heritage. Visit magnificent Edinburgh Castle; an 11th century fortress. Perched on top of a hill, it dominates the city skyline. Discover Holyrood, the Scottish Parliament, with a fascinating guided tour including the Debating Chamber. Pay a trip to the National Museum of Scotland, home to the Millenium Clock. Embark on a guided tour of one of Scotland’s most remarkable buildings, Rosslyn Chapel. Shrouded in mystery, it featured prominently in bestselling novel ‘The Da Vinci Code’ and its film adaptation.