As a teacher, you may want to take your pupils out of the classroom to help them put their learning into practice.
What better way to do this than by organising a school trip with the help of STS Travel?
One of our most popular destinations is France and little wonder as it applies to a range of different subject areas.
Whether you teach history, languages or arts, school trips to France could be the perfect way to introduce your class to the country's heritage and sights.
One of the problems many people have when organising trips to France is where to start because there is so much to see and do in the European nation. But why not start in the capital city and take your students on an enchanting tour of Paris?
What can we do on a school trip to Paris?
Taking your pupils to Paris is an excellent way to introduce them to the French arts and culture.
If you book one of our school tours to Paris you will find that there is plenty to keep your students entertained, as well as helping them learn along the way. Any visit to Paris would not be complete without a day exploring the Louvre and an STS Travel tour of the French capital is no different.
You can help your pupils brush up on their ancient history by leading them around the archaeological exhibits or introduce them to artistic masters, with paintings such as Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa housed in the gallery.
When on a tour of Paris, you will find lots of interesting and iconic landmarks to see. You can encourage your students to remember the historical significance of the Arc de Triomphe or simply allow them to enjoy the views from the top of the Eiffel Tower.
Have fun on a school tour of Paris
Here at STS Travel, we believe that learning should be enjoyable for both teachers and students.
Why not build in a day of fun towards the end of the trip? You could treat your pupils to a day at Disneyland Paris or if you want something a little more French, then why not visit the Parc Asterix? This theme park is designed around the comic book character Asterix the Gaul and features a number of rides and attractions to keep both adults and children entertained.
Another option is to take a cruise along the River Seine to allow your students to appreciate the beauty of the French capital from a different perspective.