Normandy offers a fascinating selection of visits for both primary and secondary schools. History, including WW2 museums and landing beaches, Food Technology visits and a wide variety of Cross-curriculum visits make this a very rewarding destination.
Visits to working farms and small artisan workshops are the particular highlight of the Normandy trip for our schools. Many famous culinary specialities, such as Camembert cheese and the cider brandy Calvados, are produced in the area; popular visits include the Biscuiterie Les Sables d'Asnelles, Boulangerie Le Fournil, and Manoir d'Apreval Cidery in Honfleur.
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Our Suggested Itinerary
Normandy offers such a great variety of excursions and visits. Let us know what you want to do, what to see, where to go, and we'll put together a brilliant itinerary for you within your budget.
Here's a sample itinerary, 5 days by Coach, from £265 per person.
Leave school in the evening. Overnight Portsmouth-Caen ferry crossing (alternatively, your group could take a shorter Dover-Calais crossing and travel in the daytime, arriving in the evening).
Visit the Museum of the Bayeux Tapestry or do a treasure hunt in Bayeux!
Learn about the impact of WW2 on Normandy at the Mémorial de Caen and Musée du Débarquement Arromanches.
Take a guided walk across the sand to the iconic Mont Saint-Michel, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Spend some time in Honfleur, a picturesque port and enchanting town which served as inspiration to many Impressionists.
Visit a traditional French bakery, where your students can learn about making bread and croissants (free samples included!)
Biscuiterie Les Sablés d'Asnelles - biscuit making with a friendly local artisan.
Return travel home.
Testimonials about this trip:
White House Preparatory SchoolWe have used Diverse on three occasions. Twice to Seville and one to France . The children have all had a wonderful experience in both locations.
Ark Conway Primary School July 2019Such a well-organised, comprehensive package. There was a huge variety of activities planned for the children with no time wasted. Highlights included the visits to the bakery, biscuit factory and goat farm where the owners really interacted with pupils - educational and fun!
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