It is easy to reach, and at once familiar and new, Cornwall is a magical place for excursions to the elementary school. In a region with a different culture and atmosphere, its a great place to explore with young students, while a wide range of attractions are many hands on learning opportunities and educational programs for all key stages. Students will develop the social skills of time together in a dynamic environment, and improve their joint work to explore and experiment, in which some of the most important goals in Cornwall. For a taste of what is on offer, read on.
The possibility of a tropical jungle, in the United Kingdom have always loved the young visitors, and this is exactly what students can do in elementary school, a trip to Project Eden – along with other interesting activities. This is a botanical garden with futuristic biomes carefully controlled, artificial plants at home all over the world, and made endless outdoor gardens filled with hundreds of plants. Students can about the important role of botanical gardens in the conservation of plants and how plants and people rely on each other to learn. Eden offers a wide range of seminars and workshops for elementary school students and will be gradually filled with new knowledge and ideas.
With more than 130 animal species, Newquay Zoo Awards is one of the best zoos in the UK and attracts visitors of all ages – and especially for the elementary school trips. The hotel has a pool, a penguin, a large cat pens, colored bird, a house full of tropical insects, and much, much more, allows students to explore the strange and wonderful wildlife and understand the importance of maintaining at the same time. They meet the animals visitors can embark on the proximity to the animals, and young scientists were able to get practical training and fun facts from the seminars on topics such as mini-beasts, adaptation, camouflage, habitat, and the feelings of animals threatened with extinction.
The National Maritime Museum
School trips to Cornwall would be complete without the opportunity to explore the lake – a region with the longest coastline of Great Britain, in the end. Fortunately, the National Maritime Museum in Falmouth is full of exhibits and activities aimed at the boats and the sea. Originally a collection of ships and other objects, in honor of the maritime history of Cornwall, grew up, all kinds of exciting disciplines associated with the sea. Highlights include a collection of boats on display in the same water, is a collection of fascinating history of marine interactive galleries and exciting program of seminars on various topics such as shipwrecks, shipbuilding, Vikings, Tudor exploration and the moon and the ebb and flood