10th October 2012

This week marks the celebration of World Space Week 2012.

Between 4-10 October, World Space Week has seen over 526 events in 65 countries celebrate science and technology.  World Space Week has been set up by the UN to become an international celebration of science and technology, and “their contribution to the betterment of human condition”.

Adaptable Travel wholly support World Space Week, and have the same goal, to help educate people around the world about space and excite young people about science.  Adaptable Travel offer many opportunities to help you excite your students about science, including the ultimate school science trip – a school trip to CERN.  Adaptable Travel are leaders in organising school trips to CERN and offer trips for all UK student group from just £142.

In addition, Adaptable Travel offer your students the chance to meet Professor Brian Cox at our fantastic event Science Discovered! at London’s O2.  Taking place in November, tickets are almost sold out, so don’t delay contact Adaptable Travel today to book your places.

Other amazing science trips from Adaptable Travel include the Big Bang Fair, part of National Science and Engineering Week 2013, Amsterdam science, and many more exciting school trip destinations.  Take a look here to find out more about our amazing school science trips.

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