Contacts A list of organisations and additional links to a wide range of educational experiences. the Adventure Activities Licensing Authority (AALA) website www.aala.org.uk – useful information on adventure activities Advice on organising educational visits www.teachernet.gov.uk www.barbican.org.uk - Barbican Art Gallery, exhibitions and events at London's largest multi-arts venue, Barbican . Gallery re-launch in April 2004. British Activity Holiday Association (BAHA) www.baha.org.uk - The British Activity Holiday Association is the trade association for private sector providers of activity holidays and courses in the UK. http://www.cnac-gp.fr - The Pompidou Centre, Paris - online museum collection. Curriculum Travel Ltd http://www.ukschooltravel.com/index.php?option=content&task=vie w&id=3&Itemid=25 - specialises in arranging UK destination tours for UK primary and middle schools. The Deep, Hull www.thedeep.co.uk/ - The Deep is an environmental and educational charity dedicated to understanding and protecting the world's oceans. Diocese of Ripon and Leeds Global Education Project http://www.n-yorks.net/curriculum/primary/docs/directory.doc - a directory of artists working locally in schools on multicultural global awareness and environmental issues Educational Visits and Exchanges http://www.twinning.org.uk/education.htm - a number of international learning opportunity links Elmtree Press School Trips UK http://www.educationalvisitsuk.com/ - national and north of England directory of visits described by the individual companies English Heritage www.english-heritage.org.uk - Comprehensive range of free support materials. Eteach educational visits http://www.eteach.com/resources/PPF/catID/143/dir.htm - a variety of links for opportunities from the Golden Hinde Sailing Ship to camping in France the Federation of Astronomical Societies http://www.fedastro.org.uk/handbook/places.htm - a very comprehensive list of science based facilities. www.hayward.org.uk - presenting a wide range of ground-breaking exhibitions over more than thirty years. Hull’s Museums and Art Gallery www.hullcc.gov.uk/museums/getting.php www.nationalgallery.org.uk - The National Gallery, London houses one of the greatest collections of European painting in the world. These pictures belong to the public and entrance to see them is free. National Maritime Museum www.nmm.ac.uk/soite/navld/ - NMM Home, books and printed resources (educational packs available). www.npg.org.uk - The national portrait gallery was founded in 1856 to collect he likenesses of famous British men and women. Today the collection is the most comprehensive of its kind in the world. The National Trust http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/main/placestovisit/index.html - a comprehensive search engine for all the National Trust sites NEAD World Voices http://www.nead.org.uk/artists.htm - a service which provides a network of contacts with artists and performers who are available to work in schools - musicians, storytellers, puppeteers, dancers, artists and craftspeople... The Royal Armouries, Leeds www.armouries.org.uk/ - Visitors' centre Sci-Teach http://www.scienceyear.com/sciteach/index.html - providing resources, ideas and downloadable materials that can all be put to use in creating enjoyable and memorable lessons. Springboard UK www.springboarduk.org.uk/ - Education programme - Activities and products designed to support the curriculum and to appeal to young people Tourist net uk http://www.touristnetuk.com/ne/york/attractions/ - primarily a ‘tourist site’ but contains a comprehensive list of areas of interest within a given area. www.tate.org.uk - Tate Gallery online. 65,000 works online and a new illustrated glossary, plus learn online and in the galleries, activities for all ages. Yorkshire and Humberside Global Schools Association http://www.yhgsa.org.uk/curriculum.htm - a curriculum development strategy toolkit featuring global issues. Yorkshire Museums, Libraries and Archives Council www.ymlac.org.uk – home page for a comprehensive list of local facilities.