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A moment of refl ection for a Lady


Eleanor Holles’ student


at Tyne Cot – the largest Commonwealth


cemetery in the world


Transforming Education Outside the Classroom, which concluded that all children should have the opportunity to “experience environments away from their local area”. Kato Blake, who teaches geography at South


Hampstead High School, believes some trips can even off er a “critical, meaningful life experience.” He has been taking pupils to study Iceland’s geographical and geological features, with school trips specialist, Discover the World, through the three schools he has taught in. “There tends to be a trend to move away from the openly didactic educational approach, with bored children fi lling in worksheets, to


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“These trips are of enormous benefi t to the girls…when we visit Tynecot, the row upon row of


12,000 graves, takes their breath away”


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School trips regularly go as far afield as India where they visit the Taj Mahal


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