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Top teacher tips for home schooling Primary aged children

Blog post written by Caroline Cudworth, Marketing Assistant Manager at Rayburn Tours. Let’s get down to giving you some advice and tips from teachers that may just help you educate, develop and entertain you child at home while the schools … Continue reading

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The five sensory benefits of a school trip abroad

Blog post written by: Danielle West, Marketing Coordinator at Rayburn Tours. The way we learn is a characteristic that makes each person unique. It’s as much a part of our identity as our appearance, speech, interests and values. That’s why … Continue reading

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‘School trips disrupt learning’ and other educational travel myths

Group travel specialists Rayburn Tours disprove some of the common beliefs regarding extra-curricular escapades. When teachers begin planning a school trip, the road ahead can look like a daunting journey of red tape and flaming hoops, and the easiest escape … Continue reading

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So much more than just a History Tour Guide…

Blog post written by: Sophie Lamb, Graphic Designer at Rayburn Tours. When most people think of a tour guide, they picture someone at the helm of a group of people, microphone and flag in tow, reciting ‘on your left…’ and … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday Council for Learning Outside the Classroom!

Blog post written by: Megan Deakin, Marketing Coordinator at Rayburn Tours. Blow up the balloons, hang out the bunting and start the celebrations because the Council for Learning Outside the Classroom (CLOtC) turns 10 this year! To mark this special … Continue reading

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Are school trip safety fears standing in the way of student learning potential?

It is widely reported that learning outside the classroom brings considerable positive impacts for students of all ages. Whether it be a visit to a local museum or a residential trip, such experiences can transform pupils’ learning by developing their … Continue reading

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