A Voyager school trip to Iceland is guaranteed to be something quite spectacular. Known as ‘The land of fire and ice’, Iceland lies on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge where the European and North American tectonic plates meet, making it a geographical and geological wonderland students and teachers alike will be eager to explore.
Very happy news from the Moulin aux Draps, our French Language Centre, our resident goats Guillaume and Elektro are now the proud parents of a special little kid! Juliette was born on April 8th, St. Julie's name day in France (hence her lovely name!), and she is now fast becoming the most popular member of the family at the Moulin.
Fiona and Joanne, our MFL School Trip experts, are getting excited about the upcoming Language Show this weekend – an event that’s jam-packed with speakers from across the languages sector attracting hundreds of participants each day.
The Language World 2017 event in Nottingham last weekend proved a great success for all involved, particularly the team at Voyager School Travel. Organised by The Association for Language Learning, the event had a theme of 'Progress for ALL' promoting progress in all aspects of pupils’ learning of languages.
This coming Friday and Saturday, 24th and 25th March, Voyager School Travel will be exhibiting at the East Midlands Conference Centre, Nottingham, at The Association for Language Learning’s annual conference and CPD event.
If France is our nearest European neighbour, Normandy is the closest 'department' geographically and for that matter, closest to our hearts too. Voyager School Travel send dozens of school trips to Normandy every year, the majority staying the Voyager-owned Château de la Baudonnière or Grand' Ferme.
MFL NEWS: The key to language learning while abroad is a combination of cultural immersion, building students confidence and using and practicing the language at every opportunity. Voyager provide school trips with a difference.