EA School Tours October Newsletter














EA SCHOOL TOURS NEWSLETTER OCT 2011






















Welcome to the EA School Tours October E Newsletter!



Its been a busy couple of months for EA School Tours with many schools taking advantage of the sunny months in North America.



Harrogate School are currently in the Wild West (blog here), and Crofton School recently returned from their tailor made Geography and Maths School Trip to Death Valley which was an absolute success; The group purposely chose the peak of summer to experience the extreme 51 degree heat in the desert! Check out the full ">Death Valley article on Crofton schools’ trip to find out more and get our Death Valley School resources links.



On the other side of the globe hundreds of students were experiencing something a little cooler with their annual ski trip to New Zealand during the Australian September Holidays, make sure you check out the photos here :)



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Real Heat for Crofton School in Death valley

It was a “trip of a life time” for Croton School students on their customised USA Geography Trip this September. ‘Death Valley was incredible. We lasted three minutes in the sand dunes at 51 degrees before one of the teacher’s trainers began to melt.’ The school also spent a night in Las Vagas, visited the grand canyon and had a couple of well-deserved day relaxing at the beach and visiting the theme parks in LA. Check out the full article on Crofton’s trip here.

Death Valley School Trip


Death Valley teaching resources

Death Valley is filled with ancient geographic rock formations, Native American history and unique biology due to extreme elements – And makes for the perfect school trip destination. We have put together some useful educational resources related to Death Valley – the ideal complement to a Death Valley school trip.



Get full access to these here

 Death Valley School Resources

Ski Trips NZ - Photos and videos

New Zealand was once again the place to be for Australian school ski trips during the September holidays – perfect spring skiing conditions with sunny days and great snow. The Adventure continued off snowincluding; Bundgy jumping, Maori culture, sheep farm visits, local restaurant hopping, and the famous student Vs Staff Ice hockey game!



Check out the latest photos and videos of the EA School Tours Facebook page here. Don’t forget to ‘like’ us to stay up-to date with school tour tips and the latest photos!

Also see this new Essential Guide to New Zealand Ski Trips for Australian Teachers" - Free


Risk Management on School Trips

School trips are amazing life changing experience for both students and teachers. As with any situation outside the classroom things can go wrong, which is why risk management is an important part of school trip planning. With identification and assessment of potential risk you can set procedures to minimise monitor and control any risk associate with the school trip.



For a copy of our Risk Management on School Trips Report, or to find out about a preview visits to sample a destination first hand please contact us.


Email us at schooltours@educatingadventures.com to get your 2012 trip started and beat the rush!























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