Wyvern Schooltours have worked hard to make sure that students with special educational needs can enjoy a range of tours, accommodation venues and excursions in Belgium, France and Germany.
Summary of services and facilities
Wyvern Schooltours believe that it is of utmost importance that school trips are accessible to all students. That is the reason why we proudly offer various accommodation venues that are able to welcome students with special educational needs or physical disabilities. We are able to source executive coaches with wheelchair access and tailor a programme of excursions that meets every student’s needs. We endeavour to provide as much assistance as possible with the planning of your trip in order to make the experience enjoyable and hassle-free for you and your students. If the examples of accommodation venues below do not cover the area you would like to visit, please do not hesitate to get in touch. Many more of our centres can accommodate students with disabilities and we are always more than happy to research new, suitable accommodation venues and excursions for your chosen destination.
Just 30 minutes’ drive from Calais, Boulogne has a colourful market on Wednesday and Saturday mornings which provides a great opportunity for language exercises and for raising inter-cultural awareness. Narrow cobbled streets, protected by the 13th century ramparts, can easily be explored on foot. Nausicaá is Europe’s largest marine complex, encouraging a greater awareness of the oceans and of preservation of the marine environment – see sharks, penguins and sea lions in the huge aquariums and there’s also a touch pool.
Special day trip packages to Boulogne are available. Students studying the Second World War will find a thought-provoking exhibition of German rocket technology at the recently restored museum in La Coupole. The battlefields and memorials of the Somme are also within range. The Historial at Péronne gives a fascinating insight into the build-up to the First World War and the consequences of this conflict.
Experience the delights of traditional French cuisine with visits to chocolate makers, bakeries, snail farms, goat farms and sweet factories. Early booking is essential.
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