London Psychology and Sociology

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Explore the world of Psychology and Sociology through educational trips by Adaptable Travel. Enable your students to benefit from a series of inspiring experiences to better understand their favoured subject.

The popular London City is the perfect place to visit when studying Psychology & Sociology. This vibrant city, full of culture, will offer a great insight for your students. There are a wide variety of activities and visits which will help focus, inspire and give valuable knowledge to your students. We have carefully selected visits which will help link to the curriculum and will therefore be a huge help to your students in preparation for their exams and coursework. There are many popular visits on offer such as The Freud Museum, where you explore Sigmund Freuds psychological social theories. The Natural History Museum, which helps your students to understand how hormones affect the body, and visit The Holocauset Exhibition at The Imperial War Museum. We can also arrange informative workshops for your group.

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10 out of 10


Beijing GB
This was a fantastic tour well balanced in terms of education and entertainment, great meals and plenty of opportunity to explore the city. The Royal National is ideally located, and the hotel responded to our request of rooming boys and girls on separate floors with their teachers.
Confirmed purchase: 27 May 2017
Published on: 06 June 2017
7 out of 10


Groisy France GB
Overall we had a great time however a few points were really not great.
The choice of pub in Covent Garden: the service was awful and the food was really not up to scratch. We were in a room just for school groups and it was far from being the pub experience that we had hoped for.
The market tour: the tour was very interesting however we learnt very quickly that most of the tour was history based and not in the market itself as tours are not allowed - I would have liked to know this beforehand as our group was in London for the culinary side of things and not the history.
For the cruise and London eye, we wasted time in the line for the information desk as suggested on our coupon, only to find we had to re queue for the tickets and we nearly missed the cruise.
There is no 'coach pick up point' at North terminal Gatwick (there is at the south), the pick up point is at the car drop off point, next to the special assistance desk. Most of the stewards did not speak enough english to be able to help and again time was wasted for nothing.
Wagamamas was great.
The fish and chips in Borough High Street, was more like canteen fish and chips and not the traditional fish and chips we had wanted.
being that i specifically asked for the 'food ' side of things to be given importance we were disappointed with this.
The picnics: on our last day we had all chosen a different sandwich, only to find that the sandwiches left for us were all tuna (noone had chosen this and we had it the day before), we didn't once have fruit juice all week. the boxes of sandwiches were (if at all) badly names and with the amount of groups at the hostel all younsters just helped themselves (left self service in the breakfast room) - anyone could have taken them. we were lucky that on the last day we were able to have 10.
We were originally told that the teachers had 4 single beds in their room, and once the booking and payment made we learnt that that was not possible.
Although I was pleased with many aspects of the tour I do feel that there is much room for improvement, and although the meals would probably have been ok for a young school group this was not our case.
Confirmed purchase: 20 March 2017
Published on: 30 March 2017
10 out of 10


Prague GB
Overall, a very well organised trip with a good diversity of events to respond to the educational needs of students.
The eateries were also good apart from the pub at Covent Garden where we had Fish and Chips. Whilst I am aware that money can made from group bookings at no point have I felt like it is the case, until this restaurant. The portion size was for children and delivered on child sized plates, although the children were 13 and staff well above 13! The fish itself was of poor quality and compared what they were serving to other guests, definitely the chaeper version - it felt like a child's party! The drink was just water and the pudding was a badly heated pre-made apple pie with squirty cream.
They wanted us in and out as quickly as possible although,according to my schedule, we had an hour and an half there.
This was supported by the students feedback that this was the worse place to eat which, considering it was traditional fish and chips, was a shame. I would not go there again, although the location was great.
Confirmed purchase: 14 March 2017
Published on: 29 March 2017
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To assist you with planning the most relevant and appropriate itinerary for your students, a Leisure & Learning destination pack complete with a full excursion list including curriculum area recommendations will be sent with every quote.

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Adaptable Travel have deviced this itinerary to maximise your students experiences throughout their Psychology and Sociology school trip.

Day 1 

  • Depart School in the morning
  • Arrive in London and visit the Freud Museum – this now museum was home to Sigmund Freud and his family when they had escaped Nazi annexation of Austria in 1938. It remained the family home until Ana Freud, the youngest daughter, died in 1982. This museum gives a great understanding to Freud’s approach and will help develop your student’s knowledge on his psychological social theories.
  • Your students can take a look at the wide range of research resources which include; Freud’s personal library and collection, Ann Freud’s personal library, documentation on the life and work of Sigmund and Anna Freud and the history of psychoanalysis.
  • The Freud Museum provides workshops and tailored discussion sessions on a range of psychoanalytic topics. This visit is great for students preparing for their psychology exams as it helps to understand different aspects of psychology, especially social.
  • After your visit, have a group evening meal with your students at one of our selection of restaurants, such as Pizza Hut, Hard Rock Café or Planet Hollywood (contact us for full meal options).
  • After your meal, take a trip to the West End to view one of London’s trip theatre shows. We would recommend Billy Elliot the Musical as this is a great story which has strong elements of Social Psychology throughout.

Day 2

  • Breakfast at hotel
  • Visit The Holocaust Exhibition at the Imperial War Museum – This award-winning exhibition retells the Nazi persecution and murder of Europe’s Jews from 1933 to 1945. Your students will learn how the political climate enabled Hitler to rise to power and how his ideas influenced people all over the world. This visit will help students to understand social influence and understand theories behind obedience and the factors affecting this. It’s the perfect visit to enhance knowledge of social psychology.
  • Enjoy a packed lunch
  • Visit the Science Museum: ‘Mind Your Head’ exhibition – Showcasing a range of objects, artworks, audio-visuals and an interactive this exhibition marks the centenary of the British Psychological Society. Your students will learn the essential techniques which most psychologists use in their everyday practice. There are three interesting themes to this unique exhibition;
  • Solving Puzzles, this looks into just how the mind works and how psychologists go about addressing this.Using Tools, this explores the practical ways psychologists tackle problems in education, health and industry.
  • Telling Stories, the psychologists are viewed as the storyteller in this case. There are two stories which involve W H Rivers, the psychologist famed for treating war poets Siegfried Sassoon and Wilfred Owen using the new methods of psychoanalysis – the ‘talking cure’.This visit will cover the many aspects of psychology (social, biological and cognitive). It is a great way to enhance your student’s knowledge and will help them to study towards the very important curriculum outlines.
  • Make your way back your institute 


Day 3 (Example) 

  • You can take part in a self-guided visit which includes a short introductory talk and visit to the museum. This visit is perfect to enhance knowledge in biological and cognitive psychology.
  • Visit Bethlem Hospital Museum of the Mind – This is the first institution in the UK to specialise in the care of the mentally ill. By visiting this establishment your students will be given an insight into the history of mental health care and treatment.
  • Breakfast at hotel
  • Visit The Natural History Museum (Evolution or Human Biology) – The Human Biology exhibition will help your students to learn how hormones affect the body, how senses influence perception, how memories function and how the brain and other organs work together. This will help to understand the role of hormones to explain human behaviours. The Evolution exhibition will help your students to learn facts about evolution and the process, it will also allow your students to understand the role of evolution and natural selection to explain human behaviour. This visit is great to enhance knowledge in biological psychology.

If you would like to add more visits which look further into Cognitive and Biological psychology, extended durations are available. Please contact Adaptable Travel who will be able to help tailor make the perfect itinerary for your group for your London school trip.

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