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Computer Science Trips to London

From £79.00

Reasons to Visit
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  • Overview

    A combination of workshops, tours and museums around the city prove London to be a great destination for students of ICT. Thorpe Park offers a range of curriculum based programmes involving an informative 45 minute session followed by time for questions which relate to the running of the park and how ICT and Design & Technology are involved.



  • Reasons to Visit
    1. Meet An App Developer

      Your students will learn about the process of developing apps and take a look at some of the current top apps. The talk will also focus on the importance of user experience. The session will culminate in an exercise where your learners will do some of the planning around how they would approach making an app. As a young start-up, the company has already won numerous awards from organisations such as The RSA and Deloitte.

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    2. National Museum of Computing

      The museum enables visitors to follow the development of computing from the ultra-secret pioneering efforts of the 1940s through the mainframes of the 1960s and 1970s, and the rise of personal computing in the 1980s. New working exhibits are regularly unveiled and the public can already view a rebuilt and fully operational Colossus.
      Located at Bletchley Park, requires a coach or 45 minute rail journey from central London.

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    3. Science Museum

      The science museum houses exhibits on computing and ICT with a collection representing how the storage, manipulation and communication of information have become fundamental to human existence. These collections cover electronics, information and computing, mechanical computing, media technologies, networks including the internet, printing, radio, satellites, sound reproduction, software and telephony.

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  • Popular Itinerary


    Day 1 

    Morning: Group Rail into London and drop bags at your accommodation

    Afternoon: Meet an App Developer

    Evening:  Dinner and trip on the London Eye.


    Day 2 

    Morning: Visit The National Museum of Computing*

    Afternoon:  Visit Warner Bros. Studio Tours – Harry Potter*

    Evening: Return Rail Travel


    * A coach is required as both attractions are located outside central London.  Why not add additional nights to include more of London's superb museums and attractions.


  • Places to stay
    • Meininger Hotel London Hyde Park

      Located in central London, a 5 minute walk to Hyde Park and close to many of London's highlights. 3 - 12 bedded rooms, all air-conditioned with private facilities, wi-fi, safes available at reception, laundry facilities, 24 hour reception.

    • Royal National Hotel

      The Royal National is located 5 minutes’ walk from Russell Square, close to Oxford Street; Covent Garden and many theatres. It is also conveniently situated for easy access to the underground system, the nearest station being Russell Square.

  • What you say

    Once again delighted with the service we have received from beginning to end with EST

    Queen Elizabeths Grammar School


    I will continue to use EST as each year our annual London trip gets better and better.

    Kings Leadership Academy


    An excellent trip which was thoroughly enjoyed by staff and students. I received great support throughout

    Sir John Deanes College


    This was my second journey via European Study tours and I would highly recommend the company to anyone bringing groups to London.

    Pianca School

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