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There are a wide range of tennis related school trips available across the country, throughout the year, for different age groups and many events offer discounts for groups and juniors.
Why not schedule in a school trip as a culmination of a programme of tennis activity delivered at your school?
Why not investigate scheduling in a school trip to contribute to an element of a PE related qualification being delivered at your school?
Why not consider a tennis related school trip during National School Sport Week? (England)
Schools Tennis Membership - Wimbledon Ticket Ballot
Schools that are attending Wimbledon this year may find our Information Pack useful, which includes logistical information for your visit as well as risk assessment sheets.
The closing date for Wimbledon 2013 tickets has now passed. To enter for Wimbledon 2014 Schools Wimbledon Ticket Ballot, please follow the instructions on 'How to enter' below.
How to enter the Schools Wimbledon Ballot
For more information on the above school trips and other possible trips for your school, please download our Tennis School Trips Resource.
Major Events: A number of high profile, major events take place in Great Britain such as the Championships at Wimbledon, the Davis Cup, the ATP World Tour Finals and the British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships.
AEGON British Tennis Series: Three high profile grass court events, including the AEGON Championships held at the Queen’s Club in London, played in the lead-up to the Championships, Wimbledon.
AEGON GB Pro-Series: A series of men’s and women’s events taking place across Great Britain throughout the year, for many of the world’s up and coming players. Entry is often free to these events.
Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum: This state of the art Museum explores the evolution of tennis from a garden party pastime to today’s world-wide professional sport.
Local club visits: Why not think about making a trip to your local tennis club, park or centre?