English Trips to Yorkshire
Inspire your learners with a trip to Yorkshire and the Pennine village where the Brontë sisters lived and wrote, see the Brontë Bridge, the ruins of Top Withens said to be the inspiration for Wuthering Heights, and the Brontë Falls.
Curriculum Topics Key Stage 4
English Literary Heritage
The 19th Century novel – Charlotte Brontë – Jane Eyre
Curriculum Topics Key Stage 5
Women & Society Pre 1900 – Emily Brontë – Wuthering Heights
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- Return Coach Travel
- 2 nights B&B Accommodation
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- Live Trip Tracking
- Online trip organiser & Travel App
- 24/7 support whilst you are away
Reasons to Visit
Bronte Guided Walk
Explore the landscape that gave voice to the Brontës. Their poetry and prose reflect its harsh beauty and the journey of their heroines who struggle to claim their place in the world. We can provide you with guides, walks, tours and stories.
Bronte Parsonage Museum
The Brontë collections at the Brontë Parsonage Museum are the largest and most important in the world and continue to inspire scholars, writers and artists. They offer a full programme for A level, and for GCSE studies they are introducing two new talks and workshops to help students and teachers get the most out of Jane Eyre.
Haworth Parish Church & The Old School Room
Situated between Haworth Parish Church and the Brontë Parsonage Museum the Old School Room is one of the most important historical buildings in the area. Built by Patrick Brontë in 1832 and taught at by all his famous children, it is an integral part of the Brontë landscape and story.
Top Withens & The Bronte Waterfall
This is a must for Brontë fans and lovers of the Pennine Moors. The Brontë children had a love of nature that stems from their time exploring and walking across the moors. This walk will take you up to Penistone Hill and across the moors to the top of the Bronte Falls and on up to Top Withens. We then carry on over the top of the moor and across the heater to stand on Ponden Kirk, Penistone Crag, and to listen for the echoes of Cathy and Heathcliff on the edge of the wind.
Jorvik Viking Education Centre
See houses, workshops and backyards of the Viking-Age city of Jorvik as it stood 1,000 years ago.
Original Ghost Walk York
Discover the hidden magic of the ancient city with a guided fun but authentic ghost walk.
York Castle Museum
The Castle Museum opened in 1938 and is located in what used to be the old Castle Prison. In 1068 William the Conqueror built a castle in York, which included a prison. Although the old prison is part of the museum, the castle building itself is now York Crown Court. Dick Turpin was one famous prisoner who was hanged in 1739 for horse stealing. The museum shows aspects of British daily life throughout the ages. Current exhibitions include Period Rooms, Toy Gallery, Kirkgate, and the 1960’s Gallery. There are thousands of objects on display at the museum as well as recreations of rooms, streets, prison cells and shops.
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Places to Stay
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What You Say
It was just fantastic!!!! We would have no problem booking with you again - once we were in the UK the service was just outstanding in every respect. You made planning a trip so far away easy which took away the stress and having a daily itinerary meant we knew what was happening and when.
Freyberg High School, New Zealand