The northernmost county of England, bordering Cumbria, County Durham, Tyne & Wear and the Scottish Borders. Feel the sand beneath your feet and the refreshing sea breeze in your hair with a visit to Northumberland’s magnificent coastline. Northumberland National Park is home to England’s cleanest rivers and clearest air.
With more than 30 miles of spectacular beaches, historical sites, castle ruins and Roman forts along Hadrian’s Wall, Northumberland is the perfect destination for an all-round school trip. There are also many natural features to discover such as waterfalls and caves, as well as the chance to see puffins and seals at Holy Island. Steeped in history from Roman times to more recent Harry Potter film sets at Alnwick Castle, this trip is guaranteed to not only be interesting but the perfect learning experience covering many aspects of the curriculum. A great educational trip which can be tailored to focus on history, geography or activities for KS2 and GSCE students.
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The School Journey Association
16 Porteus Place
London SW4 0AS
Tel: 020 8675 6636
Fax: 020 7720 4303
Email: [email protected]