If you are trying to engage your students with a wide variety of cultures then why not book a school trip abroad?
With mainland Europe boasting a wide variety of places to visit, sights to see and cultures to experience, there is no better place to start when considering school trips.
If you're looking for a way to introduce your pupils to the arts then you should think about taking school music trips with STS Travel.
Where can we go on a school music trip?
One of our most popular destinations for music trips is Spain.
You can visit some of the country's many cultural attractions, as well as introducing your students to some traditional Spanish entertainment.
The Costa Brava is a good option for school music trips to Spain .
Here at STS Travel we can organise a concert tour for your group to allow your students to see live performances during their stay.
We also have links with a specialist school in Rosas, where we can offer a variety of different workshops to give you the chance to get under the skin of Spanish culture.
These include flamenco, drama and Spanish lessons, as well as a cookery course to teach your pupils about some of the food Spain is famous for such as paella and its tapas dishes.
What else is there to do on trip to Costa Brava?
If you decide to visit the Costa Brava for your school trip then you can complement the music tour with other cultural excursions.
We can arrange for you to visit some of Spain's most interesting cities, such as Barcelona and Gerona, or we can take you to see some of the region's smaller towns, including the fishing village of Cadaques and Figueras – which is the birthplace of world-famous artist Salvador Dali.
If you decide to visit Figueras then you can take your students to its museum – The Theatre – which was designed by the legendary artist himself and houses a range of his paintings and sculptures.
Other attractions in the Costa Brava include the Roman ruins of Ampurias and the nearby seaside resort of La Escala, as well as a number of amusement parks that will allow the kids to let their hair down.