10th January 2014

Adaptable Travel are excited to offer your students the unique chance to visit Alton Towers Resort in attempt to break the record of the world’s largest science lesson! During this inspiring event your students will participate in two experiments where heart rates will be measured as students listen to different sounds and meet some of Alton Tower’s Theme Park characters.  If the record is successfully broken, your school will receive a certificate and photograph of the event. Once the record attempt has finished, your students will be free to enjoy the rest of their day at the UK’s biggest and most popular theme park. This study trip will educate and inspire and is a great way to help your students to bond.  Contact Adaptable Travel to find out more about this amazing school science trip.

Adaptable Travel offer many options for your students to become inspired by science and take part in the UKs biggest science extravaganza – National Science & Engineering Week 2014. Be a part of this amazing ten-day national programme which focuses entirely on science, technology, engineering and maths on one of our school trips, including London science, London ICT, Alton Towers, CERN and more. With a huge range of events and activities taking place all over the UK and London, this is a great opportunity for all aspiring scientists to explore the vast range of careers available.

As the UK’s leaders in organising school science trips, Adaptable Travel are delighted to offer student travel packages to this amazing event.

In addition to this event, Adaptable Travel can also help to arrange additional visits including Science Museum, Natural History Museum, Kew Gardens, London Eye, West End shows and group meals.  Contact Adaptable Travel today to start organising your next school science trip.

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