RoundHouseB (1)
York city walls
RoundHouseB (1)
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Testimonials


Here is feedback from very experienced teachers who have accompanied Dr Peter Edwards on sixth form trips to Belgium, France and Germany:

"Peter's trips are always brilliantly organised down to the last detail and his knowledge of a variety of foreign languages is impressive. As a guide there is no-one better in my opinion. His breadth of knowledge is amazing and his talks are always delivered in a manner to keep the audience captivated. I can recommend his trips wholeheartedly.
Mr Bob Field, Teacher of French and German, Greenhead College.

"Peter has led countless tours to France and Germany for our students. His organisation is impeccable with everything carefully and sensibly timetabled. However, his greatest attributes are his enthusiasm and unparalleled knowledge of his material: 50 sixteen-to-eighteen-year-olds were enthralled and moved to tears listening to his descriptions of battles, persecution, incompetent leadership and the reality of the Holocaust. I highly recommend Peter and would not hesitate to use his company for all future trips and educational visits.
Mrs Elaine Maynard, Head of Modern Languages, Greenhead College.

"Dr Edwards provided a sophisticated understanding of French, German and Russian nineteenth and twentieth century history and the history of Berlin."

"Dr Edwards delivered a full, entertaining and engaging programme for a range of interests and abilities on European nineteenth and twentieth century history."

"Energetic throughout."

"Thorough academic research."

"Intimate insights into the lives of those who endured these times."
Mr Michael Stanley, Teacher of History, Greenhead College.
Explaining the layout of the Fort de Tavannes, deep in the forests of Verdun
Explaining the fate of members of the French Resistance in the forests of Verdun, 1944
Explaining the location of Soviet anti-Nazi graffiti in the Reichstag, Berlin
Cycle group taking a break on the Northumberland Moors