An exclusive offer to participate in a free English Literature battlefields tour.
An English teacher and two students from each participating secondary school will travel with colleagues and peers from other schools across England on a four day tour of key locations associated with the poetry, novels and plays of the First World War.
‘I have been lucky enough to participate in several battlefield tours but this was by far the most effective. The combination of literature and history provided an extremely rich and valuable experience that will be treasured.' Teacher feedback, Oct 2017
The inaugural tour departed on Friday 27th October 2017 and was a great success! Since then we have run many English-focussed tours to great acclaim! The groups will stay for three nights in good quality school hotel accommodation on the outskirts of Ypres in Belgium.
All state-funded secondary schools who have not previously taken part on our FREE programme are eligible to travel. These very special tours are in high demand, so early registration is strongly advised.
More details about the tour and how to book can be found below...
“This is the first tour in the programme which is geared towards literature rather than
history, and is ideal for any school working on the literature of war, whether at KS3, KS4
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