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Take the train and fund your CAS project with CAS Trips' new ground transportation incentive

UN SDGs Covered
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Enrollment
All year round

Duration
3-7 days

Price
From €299
+ €20 carbon offsetting fee

100%
Carbon Neutral

Czech Republic’s Golden City

The history of Prague is one of a kind and provides an incredible backdrop for on-site educational travel – from learning about The Celts to The Habsburgs, Kings and Queens, Nazism and Communism, to World War I and World War II. The city has a plethora of options to inspire students to delve deeper into Service Learning. Our charity Service Learning program in Prague includes planning, preparing and cooking a meal for in excess of 70 homeless people in cooperation with local charities, and is guaranteed to be an eye-opening and deeply rewarding school trip.

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This CAS Trip integrates the following UN SDGs:

We at CAS Trips strive to develop conscientious young global citizens who experience new cultures and adventures whilst implementing the UN Sustainable Development Goals UN Sustainable Development Goals.

How CAS is incorporated into your trip to Prague

C

Creativity

Street Art Tour & Workshop

Glass Blowing Workshop

Panoramic Sketching Workshop

DOX Art Workshop

A

Activity

Homeless Walking Tour

Prague Castle Walking Tour

Urban Treasure Hunt

Street Dance Workshop

S

Service

Homeless Cooking Challenge

Street Magazine Fundraiser

Organic Urban Farming

C

Creativity

Street Art Tour & Workshop
Glass Blowing Workshop
Panoramic Sketching Workshop
DOX Art Workshop

A

Activity

Homeless Walking Tour
Prague Castle Walking Tour
Urban Treasure Hunt
Street Dance Workshop

S

Service

Homeless Cooking Challenge
Street Magazine Fundraiser
Organic Urban Farming

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This is the first we’ve come to Prague. It’s the first time that we’ve used CASTrips. I would do both again.

Vicky IngramCAS Coordinator, International School of Groningen, Netherlands

Normally we go on trips and students wander around towns sort of half ignoring their tour guides but on this trip, I would say for the first time ever students actually engaged in what they were doing and very excited to help people.

Ashley WickenIB Geography Teacher, Rochester Grammar School for Girls, UK

It’s definitely not your typical tourists trip. It’s much, much more.

Carrie HollandAssistant Principal, James Island High School, USA

Contact us to find out how CAS Trips can help your students achieve their learning outcomes during a school trip abroad!

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