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Schools often organise school visits. Write a letter to the parents informing the about the school trip, and about the educational value of the visit

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´╗┐School Address 20th December 2011 Dear Parent/Guardian, We are delighted to inform you that the Modern Languages, History and Art Departments will be organising a trip to Paris. We are planning to fly out on Wednesday 7th March and return late on Monday 12th March 2012 depending on flight availability. We will be staying in a hotel in central Paris called ?Hotel de Ville de Paris?. ...read more.


At the Louvre we are going to explore the classic masterpieces that cover nearly ten thousand years of human creativity. We will be accompaniment by an official guide in English. On day three we are going to have a coach trip by river Seine where students can see and learn about the history of La Conciergerie, Notre-Dame Cathedral and much more. ...read more.


The trip cost is £500. The amount will cover all expenses including excursions and insurance. The trip is available to all Year 10 students. If you would like your child to participate please download the slip from our schools website …. and please return it to the school’s office by Wednesday 25th January with a non-refundable deposit of £100, payable to the ... Please, do not hesitate to contact me, if you have any questions. Yours sincerely, Miss Gallagher Trip Organiser E-mail: Tel: ...read more.

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