9th March 2012

Today (9th March) marks the launch of National Science and Engineering Week 2012. This fantastic week aims to inspire a future generation of scientists through a series of events and activities. Last year, over 4,500 events were attended by an amazing 1.7million people across the UK.

Adaptable Travel have for many years organised school trips for groups wanting to take part in National Science and Engineering Week, with many of our groups choosing to visit the Science Museum in London as part of their trip.

However, National Science & Engineering Week is not the only time you can inspire pupils about STEM subjects through a school trip. Adaptable Travel are the leading organisers of school trips to CERN, and this amazing school trip is the ultimate science adventure. In addition, Adaptable Travel organise Science Discovered! with Professor Brian Cox, taking place in November at The O2.

Contact Adaptable Travel today to organise your next school trip to CERN,
Science Discovered! London or anywhere else that will help to inspire the next generation of scientists.

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