Take your students on the trip of a lifetime and make a lasting impact at one of our partner schools in Africa.
Whether your students want to help teach in classrooms or help build a new one, we’ll match the skills of your group with the partner school we know will fit best, in the destination you choose, and build your experience around it.
Our unique school trips to Africa give your students the opportunity to take their learning beyond the classroom and develop new skills, whilst contributing to real change in a developing community.
No two trips are the same, and we would love the chance to organise one for you and your students.
From helping to launch your trip to your safe return home, we'll look after you from start to finish.
We’ve organised thousands of school trips to Africa over the past 12 years, so you’ll be in good hands.
Create Global Citizens
Your students will be taken out of their comfort zone before returning home more knowledgeable, understanding, and mature young adults.
Make an Impact
After safety, the most important part of your trip is the work you carry out at your host school, and this is central to how we plan your trip.
Build Long-Term Relationships
Long-term sustainable development doesn’t happen overnight. Many of our school groups want to build something long lasting, and we'll lay the foundations to help make this happen.
why schools choose us
said that the experience met or exceeded their expectations
said their trip gave them a better understanding of the world
said their trip has given them the confidence to try new things
"Watching our students grow in maturity, empathy and confidence was amazing."
- Frances, Springfield School
School trip package
What’s Not Included?
Our school trips proudly focus on volunteering, but you can make your trip extra special by choosing from an exciting range of extraordinary adventure activities to embark on during your downtime at the weekend.
“This is an amazing, once-in-a-lifetime experience for our students… I am proud to be a part of it.”
Francis, Stoke Newington School