An educational tour is done with a qualified guide. The teachers or chaperones are fully responsible for their pupils and for maintaining order.
The guide's part can take two forms:
- Classroom activities followed by a guided tour on the site:
-presentation of different points developed in the teaching aid;
-adapt the guided tour of the site to the teachers' requests.
- Simple on-site visit:
-the points in the teaching aid should be presented to the pupils ahead of time by the teachers or activity leaders themselves.
During the tour, each pupil is given a 2-page teaching aid (A4 pages, black and white printing) which they can fill in as they go along. In addition, the guide's speech is supplemented by teaching materials such as coloured illustrations on A3 paper.
The guide adapts his explanations to the pupils' level and the teachers' wishes. All the topics of the teaching aid are not always treated during the tour but can be developed by the teacher in class afterwards.
The pupils must bring their own writing materials: pens, pencils, felt-tip pens…
The following items on the left show tables with our aims for each visit: