school trips

If you grew up in the 1970s and 1980s like I did, that first school trip may have been a day out at the zoo. Close your eyes and remember just how exhilarating it was to see wild animals in the flesh - to watch them, hear them and even to smell them.
A dad has spoken about how his 11-year-old daughter was left fighting for life with kidney damage, after contracting E.coli
Today's activity, in a seemingly never ending stream of Christmas fun, was the school fair and Santa was coming. This caused much excitement from the boy, who has been talking about Christmas since May. I'm not entirely sure he's ever really got over Christmas finishing last year to be honest.
Some schools (we're looking at you private sector) take their kids on incredible school trips - South Africa rugby "tours
Schools that cannot afford the travel expense of taking pupils on trips are to have the costs of coaches covered by English
Schools that cannot afford the travel expense of taking pupils on trips are to have the costs of coaches covered by English
"I'll be rounding up sheep, or is it the other way round?" asks Rory Bremner as he fucks about in a field and "That's the
A teacher who was left paralysed after breaking his neck in a freak welly-wanging accident on a school trip has lost his
A seven-year-old schoolgirl started hallucinating and "talking to walls" when she overdosed on travel pills after a teacher
A coach ferrying 40 schoolchildren back from a trip to Alton Towers theme park has crashed in Staffordshire, resulting in
Belgium's prime minister has declared a national day of mourning after a coach crash claimed the lives of 28 people, including
One of the first rescue workers to arrive at the scene of a bus crash in Switzerland that killed 28 Belgians, including 22
The wreckage of the coach Eight helicopters and 12 ambulances transported the victims to hospital, while 15 doctors and numerous
The death of a schoolboy mauled to death by a polar bear while on an expedition in Norway could have been prevented, authorities
As Ray Poolman packed his 10-year-old daughter Danielle off with a little chair and binoculars to go on a birdwatching trip
I've been away. Like, abroad away. I went off on a school trip to Nîmes in France with my friends, and let me tell you, it was a rave. Well not LITERALLY a rave (though that would've been AWESOME!) but it was really fun all the same.
Campaigners have called for children to be given lessons outdoors as a poll found that many parents believe health and safety