LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM--(Marketwired - Apr 22, 2013) - After launching a nationwide appeal, asking for head teachers to help them in their quest to make flying fun, Monarch Airlines has today announced the three winning schools that have been selected for the day trip of their lives.
- Fulbrook Middle School in Milton Keynes
- Icknield Community College in Watlington
- Harris Academy Beckenham in Kent
A total of six hundred children - two hundred from each school - will have exclusive use of a Monarch aircraft on 24th April 2013, with a range of fun activities in the air and on the ground.
Icknield Community College will depart on the Manchester flight to Verona and will learn the real story of Romeo & Juliet, complemented with an acting lesson during the flight. Harris Academy Beckenham will depart on the Gatwick flight to Gibraltar and will visit a range of exciting attractions including St Michael's Cave and the Great Siege Tunnels, after a geography lesson during their flight. Fulbrook Middle School will depart on the Birmingham flight to Dubrovnik and will spend their day exploring the ancient city walls after a history lesson in the air.
"Our schools competition received a phenomenal response, so we'd like to thank all of the head teachers that took the time to nominate their schools. We'd also like to congratulate our winning schools, who are delighted! As plans for the 24th April progress, we are certainly on track to put the fun back into flying for these lucky six hundred pupils," said Kevin George, Managing Director, Monarch Airlines.
To watch the video appeal from Monarch's star pupil, Pixie Davies visit http://youtu.be/BGRyg-0pU9U.