Rhine & Moselle - German MFL

Prices from: £199

Learning German provides unique opportunities for pupils to explore the German national identity and social customs, traditions and values. The Rhine region of Germany is a popular choice for school trips, and we can offer tours to the 2000-year-old picturesque town of Koblenz. Our German language tours are completely flexible and you can choose to undertake structured classroom based lessons and practical session around town, along with cultural visits allowing for immersion in the German language.

Our tours are relevant for KEY Stages 2 through to 5, and we can offer set packages or tailor make a tour around your requirements. See our curriculum visits for ideas on itineraries for your next tour to Germany.

National Curriculum Key Concepts: 
 Linguistic competence – Developing and applying the skills of reading, writing, speaking and listening in a range of scenarios and contexts allowing students to communicate effectively.

Knowledge about language - To understand how language works and to recognize that languages differ but may share common grammatical and syntactical attributes.

Creativity - Using familiar language for new purposes and in new contexts, whilst using imagination to convey thoughts, ideas, experiences and feelings.

Intercultural understanding - Recognise the richness and diversity of other cultures and appreciate that there are different ways of viewing the world.

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Toni

Southampton GB
Ellie at Adaptable Travel was very flexible and understanding about the changes we needed to make as the tour came together and I appreciated her hard work in accommodating our changing needs - especially at the last minute. We had a great time in Trier and , as this was also my first visit there, the back-up was very important. The only thing I would change is the museum visit (Rheinisches Landesmuseum): we needed a lot more background information and knowledge of Roman myths in order to access the "Im Reich der Schatten" exhibition, although it was an impressive cinematic experience all the same. The Centurion Tour was good fun and very informative and the Amphitheatre was also impressive. It may have been cheaper without the Antiquity Card, as we only effectively had to use it for the amphitheatre.
Confirmed traveller: 10 December 2018
Published on: 18 December 2018
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Destination Pack
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.

Over 15,000 UK students travel with Adaptable Travel each year, and we tailor make each and every school trip we organise, Below is a suggested itinerary, but we will be happy to tailor the trip to your needs.

 

Day 1

Coach collects your group from your group from your school and you make your way to Germany, via Dover-Calais.  Upon arrival check-in and free evening, with evening meal in the hotel.

 

Day 2

After breakfast, enjoy a morning language lesson.  After a spot of lunch, your students can practice their newly learned language skills in a local town such as Koblenz or Boppard, or even venture to somewhere such as Castle Rheinfels.  You will then enjoy your evening meal in your hotel.

 

Day 3

Another morning of language lessons follow your breakfast.  In the afternoon, enjoy stunning views on the Boppard Chairlift, followed by a steamer boat trip on the River Rhine.  You can also include a visit to a chocolate factory, before returning to your hotel for an evening meal.

 

Day 4

If you decide to do a 5 day trip, why not add in a day in either Cologne or Phantasialand theme park, one of Europe’s best theme parks.

 

Day 5

Breakfast at your hotel, before making the return journey to your school by coach.

 

We can quote by air if required, but for this region coach trips are the most cost effective option.  We can tailor your trip to your exact needs, including your dates, group size, duration and educational and excursion content. 

Contact Adaptable Travel today to start organising your school trip to Rhine and Moselle.

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