Physical Education

  • Madrid school trip
    A recent school trip to Madrid included a visit to the Bernabeu Stadium, home to Real Madrid.
  • physical education school trip to Cologne
    The German Sports & Olympic Museum is a firm favourite on a school trip to Cologne.
  • physical education school trip to London
    A tour of Wembley Stadium is a popular addition on a physical education school trip to London.
  • physical education school trip to London
    Take a tour of Wimbledon.
  • physical education school trip to Barcelona
    A visit to Barcelona's Camp Nou always goes down well with students.

Whilst all the visits were great, the highlights were the Olympic Museum and Phantasialand. The students loved how interactive the Olympic Museum was and Phantasialand was great fun. GE, Nunthorpe Academy

Whether its the formidable football clubs of Madrid and Barcelona, a tour of Wembley Stadium or rugby’s Principality Stadium in Cardiff or London‘s Twickenham, whichever city, there’s always a suitable accompanying sporting angle. From visiting the Olympic Museum outside Geneva to catching a baseball game in Boston, we can put together a bespoke itinerary that not only reflects the specifications of the sporting syllabus, but showcases the highlights of your chosen destination.

Of course, there’s more to a PE qualification than just the sporting element. Destinations such as Berlin can complement your classroom teachings on anatomy and physiology whilst commercial and media elements can be covered with visits to venues such as Liverpool FC.

And if you’re looking to play a match whilst you’re away, let us know your group’s age, ability and sporting preference and we’ll find you some worthy opponents!

Suggested Physical Education School Trip Itineraries

If you’re looking to concentrate on one principal city or region to really bring the subject of physical education to life, we can design a bespoke itinerary to suit not only your particular subject focus, but also your budget.

Equally, if you’d prefer a balance of specialist subject matter, coupled with the opportunity to see some of the city’s principal attractions (or simply have a bit of fun), we’ve got a wealth of tried and tested ideas to create the perfect, educationally-rich itinerary, all the while carving out a notch of all-important leisure time.

If you’ve got a physical education school trip in mind, or you don’t see quite what you’re looking for, please don’t hesitate to contact us with your requirements and we’ll do our level best to exceed your expectations.

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Barcelona & Catalonia

Camp_nou_barçaBarcelona represents the ideal educational tour destination, combining high art by Picasso, Dalí and Miró and Gaudí’s flamboyant architecture with history, heritage and a proud Catalan culture, all perfectly topped off with a vibrant, cosmopolitan atmosphere and sightseeing opportunities galore. Camp Nou, home to Barcelona FC, is an absolute essential.

Cardiff

Millennium PlazaThe Welsh capital, Cardiff is a proud city with a strong national identity. Any visit here should include the home of Welsh rugby and 2012 Olympic venue, the Principality (Millennium) Stadium, where you’ll get to walk down the players’ tunnel, see the press conference suite and visit the Dragon’s Lair, otherwise known as the dressing room for the Welsh national rugby team!

Liverpool

You'll_Never_Walk_AloneLiverpool is a lively city with no shortage of attractions and educational visits for school groups. For those with a particular interest in physical education, the city is home to two Premier League football clubs – Liverpool and Everton – and is also home to Aintree, the setting for one of the country’s most popular events in the horseracing calendar, the Grand National.

Munich

Allianz Arena (c) Munchen Tourismus, Markus Dlouhy - smallCapital of Bavaria, Munich is Germany’s third-largest city boasting centuries-old tradition and modern-day technology. The city offers a wealth of interesting visit options for educational groups; a physical education school trip might like to visit the Allianz Arena, home to FC Bayern Munich, as well as Olympiapark, venue for the 1972 Olympic Games.

Boston

Fenway ParkOne of the oldest cities in the United States, Boston is a city rich in history, culture, architecture and academia. It has evolved into an important commercial centre, all the while retaining its strong architectural heritage, elite universities and prominent cultural institutions. Be sure to take a tour of the Sports Museum, as well as a Boston Red Sox or New England Patriots home game.

Cologne

BoxenGermany’s fourth largest city, Cologne is a very attractive destination for school groups with its mix of history, culture, commerce and carnival. Physical Education groups should include a visit to the German Sports and Olympic Museum, providing a fascinating insight into the history of national and international sports, from motor racing to boxing and bob sled.

London

Wembley Stadium (c) Visit England Diana Jarvis - smallWembley Stadium, the 2012 Olympic Park, Twickenham, Wimbledon and the football grounds of Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, Crystal Palace and West Ham, there’s no shortage of sporting-related visits and activities across the nation’s capital. Combine your sporting preferences with some of London’s landmarks for a school trip to remember.

Physical Education school trip images courtesy of Visit England, Diana Jarvis, Visit Cardiff, Greater Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau, Munchen Tourismus, Markus Dlouhy.