Digital Technology
Digital Technology

We all know the impact that digital technologies is having on the way we live. Our trips incorporate activities that encourage your students to be a creator of digital technology, not just a user.

A school trip is a great way for students to see the entire technology process in action, from plans and concepts through to models, prototypes and the eventual outcome.

We will assist you to develop an itinerary that will help your students develop skills and confidence in technology, while growing their interest through exposing them to a mix of experiences, companies and learning activities.

Contact us now for sample itineraries or to start building your own.

Here are some suggestions:

  • Boeing Factory Tour
  • Microsoft Visitor Centre
  • Museum of Flight
  • Business Visits

San Francisco
  • Exploratorium
  • Kiwi Landing Pad
  • City Tour
  • Union Square
  • Golden Gate Bridge
  • Fishermans Wharf
  • Business Visits

San Jose
  • Tech Museum
  • Intel Museum
  • Computer History Museum
  • Cisco walking tour
  • HP Garage
  • Business Visits

RoboGames (April)

RoboGames is the Olympics of Robots. The best minds from around the world are invited to compete in over 50 different events: combat robots, fire-fighters, LEGO bots, hockey bots, walking humanoids, soccer bots, sumo bots, and even androids that do kung-fu. Some robots are autonomous, some are remote controlled - but they’re all cool! As an open event, anyone can compete.


One Week Coding Course

  • App Development
  • Game Development

Make School was founded to empower students to build and ship products. Creating a product that improves the lives of others is a thrilling and fulfilling experience that opens the door to a successful career in tech. 

Make School are creating an education relevant to today’s industry where students gradually transition into the professional world. 

They believe in learning by doing, at Make School studying takes a back seat to creating. Make School believe the app is the new resume and that a portfolio of products is more powerful than any credential. 

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