School Trips

Welcome to Discover the World Education. With over 35 years experience organising worldwide educational and adventure travel, you can trust us to supply safe, quality tours that are informative and enjoyable for all members of your group. Bringing education to life is only limited by the imagination. Our trips not only provide fantastically rewarding and memorable excursions from school, but also enhance the curriculum and ultimately, help inform and motivate students.

We specialise in trips to a relatively small number of countries including Iceland, Italy, the Azores and China and that is why you’ll be fully supported throughout the booking process by your own dedicated Education Travel Specialist.

Our COVID Money-Back Assurance:

We know that in these uncertain times, financially committing to a school trip can feel daunting. But we also know you are still hopeful to give your students a once in a life time school trip, especially in the aftermath of one of the most challenging times we have seen.

Therefore, we are giving any new booking our COVID money-back assurance that gives you all the benefits of booking your school trip now, with minimal financial risk.

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Geographical Reflections; the 2010 Eyjafjallajökull Eruption.

11 years ago, a small, unheard of, unpronounceable volcano erupted in the south of Iceland. This wasn’t an extraordinary event in the land of fire and ice, but the aftermath of this eruption certainly was. The result? A butterfly effect that had impacts across the globe and captured the attention of worldwide media.

Monday, 15th February 2021

Destination Specialist

5 recommended resources for online learning

Here is the suggested list of our ‘top 5’ recommended resources for you to use for free!

Tuesday, 26th January 2021

Jo Coles

Practical advice for schools travelling to Iceland this October

We have written the following guidance to inform any teacher who is set to travel in October 2020.

Friday, 10th July 2020

Katherine Woollett

How to speak like a glaciologist

Jo Coles discusses the importance of using geographical language in the classroom and provides fun classroom exercises to get students thinking like a glaciologist.

Tuesday, 23rd June 2020

Jo Coles