Curriculum

The most powerful way for students to truly learn and retain knowledge is for them to see it applied first-hand. By touring the Cabinet War Rooms and the Imperial War Museum in London, WWII comes to life, as does the Roman Empire on a tour of Italy. Language skills can be accelerated by conversing with Chinese students in Beijing or local market vendors in Lima. Expand and reinforce what your students learn in class.

What’s more, your students also get exposure to life in other regions. This enables them to better grasp concepts such as poverty, sustainability, and globalization. This puts the Economics textbooks’ Supply and Demand curves and Comparative Advantage theories into real-life context..

CONTACT US TO FIND OUT MORE

Get your FREE guide...

...to discover how to make your school trip meaningful, inspiring and memorable.

We won't send you SPAM or pass on your email address to any 3rd party. We will from time to time contact you with resources for putting together incentive trips that let you “have your cake and eat it too”.