National Science and Engineering Week 2013 is set to be a bumper year across London with many amazing STEM events taking place, in March 2013.
National Science and Engineering Week 2013 is a must attend week in London aiming to insire young people about STEM subjects and bridge the ga between STEM learning and careers. Adaptable Travel are delighted to offer student travel packages to take part in National Science and Engineering Week 2013 in London, whether that be a daytrip or an overnight stay. Adaptable Travel can arrange:
-Return transport by full executive coach
-Group accommodation in one of our fantastic school-friendly accommodations
-Arrange additional visits such as the Science Museum, Kew Gardens, London Eye or group meals
-Free full colour printed copy of our Science Discovered study pack
-Daytrips start from just £25
-Overnights start from just £69
-All prices include free staff places.
National Science and Engineering Week 2013 will ensure across London there will be many other fantastic events taking place, making this a science school trip not to be missed. The theme for National Science and Engineering Week 2013 is ‘Inventions and Discoveries’, celebrating the ‘everyman’ scientist and inventor. Take a look at our Facebook page today to get involved in the discussion about your favourite British invention by clicking here…
Adaptable Travel are passionate about helping to inspire the next generation of UK scientists, and its this passion that has helped us to emerge as the leaders in organising school science trips, including being the UKs number one organiser of school trips to CERN, with trips starting from just £142. Click here to find out more…
In addition, Adaptable Travel, Science Discovered! starring Professor Brian Cox, and organised by Adaptable Travel is now in its third year. Less than 100 tickets remain for Science Discovered!, so don’t miss out and contact us today to book your places.
If you would like to arrange a school science trip, contact Adaptable Travel today, and lets work together to help inspire the next generation of UK scientists.
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