Modern Foreign Languages Trips are a fantastic way for students to put theory into practice and apply their KS3 and KS4 curriculum skills where they really matter. Whether it’s Bonjour in France, Hola in Spain, or Guten Tag in Germany, there’s invaluable experience to be gained from taking things out of the classroom and out into the world.
Our base of operations in the Basque Country gives students the chance to really develop their linguistic skills in an immersive, authentic locale. Bayonne and Biarritz, in particular, are extremely popular destinations for Modern Foreign Languages Trips to France, while San Sebastian offers an equally enlightening experience over the Spanish border.
Meanwhile, Cologne and Berlin are excellent choices for Modern Foreign Languages Trips to Germany: one being a traditional, idyllic European village setting, the other a buzzing cosmopolitan of modern activity. Both offer very different cultural experiences as students put their vocabulary into context and enhance their learning.
What people are saying about our Modern Foreign Languages Trips
In 2016, we travelled with the students and staff at Lawrence Sheriff School on a study trip to Cologne, Germany. The group enjoyed a week of exciting excursions and educational activities in one of the country’s most beautiful rural settings during the Christmas festivities.
“Thank you to the whole MSG Tours team for an excellent few days in Cologne. We can’t wait to book again next year!”
– Stephanie Standing, Lawrence Sheriff School (2016 Languages Study Trip to Cologne, Germany)
Arrange your next trip with MSG
Here at MSG Tours, we know how important it is to create memorable tours, whilst influencing the student’s studies. We will create a bespoke tour, tailoring to your curriculum or education needs. With the best consultative advice, experience and resort knowledge, our passionate team is waiting to hear from you.
For more details about our study trips, check out our European destinations below.
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