Renowned for its beautiful sweeping beaches, these offer a perfect backdrop for a memorable trip. Although there’s nothing quite like indulging in a Cornish ice-cream cone and enjoying the picturesque British seaside, there is much more to Cornwall than just beaches. Discover Cornwall’s rich and interesting mining history with visits to the many Tin Mines dotted along the ragged coast. Amaze your students with exotic greenery at the world-famous Eden Project, home to thousands of exotic plants and flowers and fantastic research programmes. Discover all the uniqueness of Cornwall with other fascinating and awe-inspiring spots such as Minack Theatre, St Michaels Mount and the Lost Gardens of Heligan.
Teach your students an understanding of the beautiful coastal landscapes of Great Britain and the fascinating wildlife and habitats to be explored. Cornwall offers fantastic visits where students can appreciate the delicate eco-systems of local coastal towns and develop their understanding of oceans and local marine life at visits like The National Maritime Museum and Padstow village National Lobster Hatchery.
If you wish to extend the adventure or simply venture a little further afield than Cornwall, the West Country provides further opportunities to explore geography and science at Cheddar Gorge and the Jurassic Coast. Just a stone’s throw away these fascinating visits will engage and inspire students of all ages.
All trips with Adaptable Travel are bespoke and tailored to the need and requirements of your group. We work with you to develop the perfect primary school trip for you and your group, with our friendly expert team on hand to help.
Cross-curriculum tours are a great way to help your group to bond, and boost your numbers. Contact us for information about other subject in this destination.
Hop on board the coach at the pick-up point of your choice and let that school trip feeling begin!
Upon arrival in Cornwall, you will visit the beautiful Padstow in North Cornwall. Here your group will experience a traditional working fishing harbour. You could also arrange an additional visit to the highly recommended National Lobster Hatchery in Padstow. Students can learn about marine conservation and the importance of maintaining local sea life. Time permitting, this is the perfect opportunity to squeeze in some time at a nearby beach.
Once checked into your accommodation you will have some free time to settle in.
The day will end with your evening meal and free time.
Today will see you head South and pay a visit to Land’s End. Once you’ve taken in the stunning views and explored the area, you will drive a short way to the tropical Porthcurno. Here your group will visit the fascinating Telegraph Museum, followed by some free time to explore Porthcurno beach.
Once you’ve dusted the sand off your feet, your group will then drive up the hill to Minack Theatre. A truly unique, must-see open-air theatre built into .cliff and overlooking Porthcurno.
In the afternoon, you will visit the magical St Michael’s Mount, if the tide times suit you can walk the causeway to the castle in the sea and explore this magical castle and its magnificent views.
After a jam-packed day, you will transfer back to your accommodation and enjoy an evening meal.
Start the day off with a visit to the Eden Project, a spectacular botanical garden 2km outside of the town of St Blazey. Here you will enjoy a tour of the gardens and an educational talk to learn about the tropical biomes which house plants from all over the world. For key stage 1 and 2 groups, additional climate change or sustainability workshops can be added to this visit.
Following this you make your way back to school, bursting with stories and memories to share with everyone at home!
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