Discover Google Expeditions
Parent Zone has teamed up with Google to offer an insight into its amazing Expeditions - the in-school virtual reality experience that brings the world to life.
We'll be updating you on how pupils around the UK have been exploring the past and present with the help of Expeditions and Google cardboard headsets.
View the film to find out more and click on the boxes below to read our regular reports from schools.
Thinking about leading your own Expedition? From the Borneo rainforests to Bletchley Park circa 1941 this guide provides you with the steps needed to get you there.
Ever stepped inside a heart or glanced through the tunnels of an artery? Read what it was like for a year 10 pupil to explore inside the human body on her Expedition.
Not signed your school up for a virtual trip yet? Here we explain more about Google Expeditions, how to access it and how to make the most of this unique learning resource.
From teaching empathy to exploring the the human body, here are 5 ways that schools are using Expeditions as a resource to inspire pupils and enhance learning
From robot scientist to New York City Park ranger - inspire your pupils by taking them on a virtual journey through this diverse range of amazing careers
Send your pupils on a History trip that they'll rememer as they climb aboard the Mary Rose, learn to fight in the trenches and walk around God-fearing Salem
Looking to take your pupils on a virtual trip around an art gallery or studio? From street art to the Renaissance, these are six of our favourite ExpeditionsEducation and the future
David Joyce, head of Science at Basildon Academy tells us how he's using Google Expeditions to inspire and engage pupils in the classroom
'That awe and wonder moment.' Pupils from Woodchurch High School in Wirral explore Jerusalem as part of their RE revision with Google Expeditions.
Pupils at Chigwell School examine Google Expeditions and how virtual reality can bring lessons to life for this year's brilliant School News Report Day.
There's no better way to learn about a place than to go there, so Bishop Barrington pupils went on a virtual trip into the womb to learn more about pregnancy
A music teacher from Smithycroft Secondary transforms into an expert tour guide whisking his pupils around New York and the Solar System
Through black lungs and into the trenches: how Edmund Rice College in County Antrim is using virtual reality to draw pupils into the very heart of their subjects
Find out how pupils at Largs Academy in North Ayrshire followed a raspberry all the way though the human digestive system to bring biology to life.
Gabriel, a year 8 pupil at Watford Grammar School for Boys, empathises with one of the towns directly affected by the nuclear power plant disaster
Jess Hamilton from Shaftesbury High School explains how the virtual classroom is creating a level playing field for special educational needs students.
How Google is helping pupils become VR Pioneers. Chesterfield High School pupils go back in time to WWI and blast off to the stars as they explore space.
Tracking the path of Syrian refugees via virtual reality was just one of the virtal voyages of discovery undertaken by pupils from Coombe Boys' school.
Jazz musician, software developer, park ranger or teacher? How Strathaven Academy is using Google Expeditions to inspire pupils' career choices.
Pupils at Campion School write thank you letters to their teacher after Google Expeditions’ virtual reality lesson takes them to the moon and back.
As the Expeditions Pioneer programme in UK schools draws to a close, we celebrate the success of Google’s classroom VR initiative with an infographic.