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The Isle of Wight is The Island Classroom! We have dozens of visitor attractions perfect for learning as well as fun, supported by 704 expertly prepared curriculum-relevant resources!

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Bonchurch

Set on a stable section of former landslip, Bonchurch features a landscaped village pond fed by a spring. A former Stone Age and Roman settlement, a church has existed here since the 9th Century.

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2-4 hrs

Resources: ED LimitedAvailable: All yearLocation: Ventnor

Brighstone

National Trust runs a museum in Brighstone, a quintessentially English village very popular with tourists due to its thatched cottages, local shops and an annual Christmas Tree festival in December.

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Daytime

2-4 hrs

Resources: ED LimitedAvailable: All yearLocation: Brighstone

Brook & Mottistone

Famous for the Longstone (megalithic monument) and the National Trust curated Mottistone Manor.

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Daytime

2-4 hrs

Resources: ED LimitedAvailable: All yearLocation: Brighstone

Calbourne

Historically the site of five water mills, Calbourne today is a sleepy village part of which is affectionately known as 'Winkle Street'.

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Daytime

1-2 hrs

Resources: ED LimitedAvailable: All yearLocation: Yarmouth

Godshill

Extremely popular today with tourists, Godshill has many attractions including medieval All Saints' church with its William Morris stained glass windows, and the world-famous Model Village.

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Daytime

2-4 hrs

Resources: ED LimitedAvailable: All yearLocation: Godshill

Shorwell

Named after the Shor Well, a local spring, this quintessentially English village was a favourite haunt of Queen Victoria, which is graced with a 12th Century church, St Peter's.

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1-2 hrs

Resources: ED LimitedAvailable: All yearLocation: Newport


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