School Trips

Guess what’s back, back again?

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School trips expand horizons. They bring the outside in to ensure that children are able to take part in experiences that are not available in the classroom. Trips provide a breath of fresh air and enable teachers to take a back seat.

At this point in time, all restrictions have been removed from England and across the United Kingdom life is beginning to get back…

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We strive for better education in England. This is not to say the world’s problems are not our concern, as they are. We are all human. We are all living on this earth and should be doing everything we can to push the species forward and help each other.

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Ben Shelley

Someone who has no idea about where their place is in this world, yet enjoys writing about books, education, entertainment and videogames

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