secondary School Guided Tours
KEY STAGES 3 & 4
What we offer:
- A fantastic choice of specialised tours to support curriculum at Key Stages 3 and 4
- Unique access to Temple Quay development only achievable by boat
- A stimulating trip for 'Breakout' days
- Pick up and drop off at any landing stage in the harbour
- Covered, heated boats with toilets and disabled access vessel available.
- Ideal group size: 30 students
Please download our Key Stage 3 & 4 PDF for more details
Classroom resources - information packs and maps (see below)
Enquire About Our Educational Trips
One hour harbour tour pricing
Standard Tour: £200
On our Standard Educational Tour, you can have a commentary by the skipper or crew. Skippers and crew who give commentaries are knowledgeable about the history of the harbour and its regeneration, and you will get an informative and interesting talk as you explore Bristol Harbour on your hour-long tour.
EXTRA Tour: £220 Popular choice for GCSE Geography
If you want a more in-depth tour with a dedicated presenter who has studied the GCSE Geography curriculum you will need to book an ‘Extra’ tour. If you choose the ‘Extra’ Tour, you will be sent relevant curriculum-related resources such as a map of developments, surveys, and a student workbook. These can be used to prepare the class, during the field trip, and to follow up learning after the visit.
To book, please call the office on 0117 9273416 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Download and print these files to bring on your trip or use them back at school in the classroom:
Here Is What The Schools Say ...
'Perfect detailed case studies' - Year 10 Geography Teacher, King Wessex School
‘Very informative and tailored to what students needed to learn.’
‘Knowledgeable commentary and friendly team’
‘The kids being engaged to look at their surroundings, [allowed us to] see so much from a different perspective.’ - Year 10 Geography teachers from Clevedon School
‘The informative guided tour coupled with the experience of being on the water [was] perfect for both our coursework and exam work. It was really great, and accessible for our disabled pupils’ - Year 10 teacher, Hall Green School, Birmingham
There is an alternative to corporate developments! We have a partnership with Ecomotive who promote and lobby for community-led initiatives and self-builds. Ecomotive are based on 'The Yard' (a community-led self-build in St Werburghs), we can either arrange a joint visit or you can contact them directly.
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