France Somme

School trips to the Somme

The Somme is synonymous with the horrors of the First World War, also known as the Great War. On the first day of the Battle of the Somme, 1st July 1916, the British army suffered over 57,000 casualties, of which nearly 20,000 died.

Any students studying the War will benefit hugely from taking a school trip to visit the battlefields, memorials, and cemeteries that litter the region.

Somme 2 Nights

An opportunity for your students to explore the effects of World War One and visit key locations in this region that were affected by this tragic war.

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World Wars France 2 Nights

This tour gives your students a great chance to visit key areas affected in both the Great War and the Second World War in the Northern France region.

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OUR ACCOMMODATION:

The Poppies, Albert

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This purpose-built school hotel is the ideal accommodation. Each school is given their own sole-occupancy area (for groups of 45+), complete with group areas and teacher accommodation.

All rooms are en-suite, and there are games rooms, teachers’ lounge, vending machines, and free Wi-Fi.

Located in the lovely town of Albert, and close to so many of the sites associated with the Battle of the Somme, we highly recommend this accommodation for school groups.