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RAF Museum London shortlisted for School Travel Award

Published on: 30 March 2021

School Travel Awards Finalist for 2020/21The Royal Air Force Museum is proud to announce that – for the second year in a row – the RAF Museum, London has been shortlisted for Best Venue for History Learning in the School Travel Awards for 2020/21

The annual School Travel Awards initiative recognises the people and companies behind inspiring school trips, including attractions, providers and teachers. Nominations for the Award come from teachers and those organising the school visits.

School Children in Hangar 5 London

Organised by School Travel Organiser magazine, it’s an important initiative celebrating learning outside the classroom, that raises the profile and highlights the importance of school trips for children.

Sarah Castle, Head of Access and Learning, RAF Museum, London “I’m absolutely thrilled to be sharing this news.. the team here at the RAF Museum are incredibly passionate about developing the best experiences for all our schools. Over the years we have built a great relationship with the schools that visit us and it is particularly gratifying that we have been nominated in a year when some of those visits have been ‘virtual’; with schools joining us for livestreamed workshops as well as at the museum when this has been possible”

School Children looking at our Kittyhawk in Hangar 5

Other venues in our category include Tower of London, Westminster Abbey and UK Parliament

The winners will be exclusively revealed during the School Travel Awards ceremony, which will be broadcast through schooltravelorganiser.com/awards at 4.30pm on Thursday 20 May 2021.

The RAF Museum London is also happy to announce that our livestreamed workshops will resume after the Easter Holidays, with ‘at the Museum’ workshops resuming when the Museum re-opens after lockdown.

Member of London's Access and Learning Team talking to children in Hangar 2

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