March 4th, 2020
There aren’t many things your pupils can’t do in and around St Ives. From surf lessons to painting workshops. From visiting the Eden Project and Lands End to St Michael’s Mount and the Minack Theatre. It’s a superb place for a school trip.
St Ives is a brilliant, year round destination for schools. Experience the power of the Atlantic in all its glory in the winter and enjoy the beaches and coast path in the summer.
St Ives is safe, secure and easy to navigate. It’s an opportunity for all students, no matter how young, to experience some independence in a town where everyone can take their foot off the pedal.
Primary school pupils through to University students can get an enormous amount out of a school trip to St Ives; whether it’s art inspiration, the feeling of being immersed in the moment during a surf lesson, discovering an ability to walk further than expected along the coast path or just being wowed by sights like the Atlantic Ocean on a sunny day (summer or winter!).
Do something completely different with your class – a beach clean with Beach Guardians, a kayaking tour with St Ives Surf School or a sand sculpture workshop on the beach with artist educator Greg Humphries.
St Ives offers the opportunity to give students a completely unique experience.
Cohort Hostel resides in a Grade II listed building in the centre of St Ives. A multi-award winning hostel our accolades include a Learning Outside the Classroom Site Provider Award, a Gold Green Tourism Award and a Gold for Best Accommodation at the British Youth & Travel Awards.
Download a sample itinerary here (*we won’t ask for your email address) and get in touch via the form below if you’d like to brighten up your calendar with a school trip to St Ives.