MageWorx Is Developing Magento 2 Store Credit & Refund Extension

Ensuring great customer experience is a surefire way to attract and retain users. Realization of this fact is, probably, one of the major steps to withstanding severe competition, irrespective of the business niche and size. By winning customer loyalty, owners of eCommerce websites grow their client base and boost business profitability. These are the major purposes pursued by MageWorx, which is right about to offer its clients an advanced eCommerce extension for Magento 2 – Store Credits and Refunds.
Magento 2 Store Credits and Refunds extension is going to provide a complete set of tools needed for effective and correct in-store currency management. If used properly, the tools can help boost the sales volume by adding web store credits for all the planned purchases, developing pricing schemes with these credits etc. What’s more, Magento 2 Store Credits and Refunds extension ensures full control over the credit balance of each registered customer, the ability to issue full or partial refunds with the credits, automated notifications about the credit balance etc. It is possible to add in-store currency either manually or automatically here.

The extension is still under development and will be released by MageWorx in the nearest future. What’s important, the developers offer free lifetime support and updates of the extensions after their release. For more visit https://www.mageworx.com/magento-2-store-credits-refunds.html

About the Company

MageWorx is a renowned, dynamic and powerful company, which focuses on the development and enhancement of innovative eCommerce solutions for Magento and Magento 2. The foundation of the company dates back to 2008. Since that time, MageWorx has notably evolved to become a reputable developer of eCommerce solutions used to boost customer trust and enhance shopping experience.

One Small Step for Man, One Giant Leap for Your Class on USA Trips

The USA has an abundance of potential when it comes to school residential trips, and you don’t have to look further than Washington DC, home to the National Air and Space Museum, for inspiration. A visit to this excellent museum will see your students marvelling at the 1903 Wright Flyer and Charles Lindbergh’s Spirit of St. Louis, touching rock that’s come from the moon, and getting to grips with the fascinating history of aviation and space travel.
Home to the world’s largest collection of space and aviation related artefacts, this museum is not only educational, but hugely inspirational as well.Teachers will be pleased to discover that the museum caters extremely well for pupils on residential school trips, and there is much on offer to help make your visit a truly memorable one.

Tours

When taking your students on a trip it’s always useful to know that, when appropriate, you can take a breather and hand them over to the experts. At the National Air and Space Museum,you can book a guided tour specifically designed for students. The History of Flight Tour II and Exploring Space tours are angled towards secondary school children.

The tours last an hour, with all year groups of secondary school age catered for. If you have more than 15 youngsters on your residential school trips, the group will be split accordingly. Hosted by volunteers, these tours are highly informative and can be tailored to any specific interests or curriculum requirements.

Einstein Planetarium

This attraction is considered an absolute highlight of the site and, as one of the most high-tech planetariums in the country, it’snot hard to see why. Adults arealways just as impressed as youngsters and,as the newly installed 8K Full Dome System works its magic, projecting super high-definition visuals, your class will be mesmerised. The vivid colours, intense brightness and pin-sharp clarity simply must be seen to be believed.

There are several shows run throughout the day. To Space and Back invites viewers into the world of exploratory space travel, and shows how intrinsically linked our changing world is to the universe around us. Other shows include The Stars Tonight,whichincorporatesrelevant headlining topics.

Shows change often, so teachers bookingresidential school trips in advance will need to check closer to the time to see exactly what is on. Every show is fantastic, however, so they’re an experience not to be missed.

Observatory

The wonderful observatory at the planetariumhouses an array of telescopes that, because of their safe solar filters, can be used during daylight hours. Pupils will have the opportunity to look for spots on the sun and discover the phases of Venus – and that’s just the start!

When planning residential school trips to Washington DC, booking with a reputable educational travel tour operator is highly recommended, in order to make the most of the time. They will advise and assistwith every aspect of planning your trip, leaving you free to concentrate on making the experience as memorable as it can be for young students.

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John Gardiner is the Managing Director of The School Travel Company, a tour operator specialising in educational travel for school and youth groups. Whether you’re planning UK study tours,school residential trips to the USA, Iceland geography trips or trekking expeditions to India, you can trust both the educational and economic value of their itineraries, whether ready-made or specifically designed to suit the needs of your group.

Why Warwick Castle is a Top Location for School History Visits

With so much fascinating history and heritage here in the UK, study tours based on home soil have the potential to be both inspiring and educational. Warwick Castleis one of the most popular venues for UK study tours and, considering the stunning interiors, pretty gardens andincredible range of displays and activities, it’s certainly not surprising.
If you want to make history evenmore appealing to your pupils, take it outside the classroom and head to Warwick Castle, to guarantee your students a day to remember.

Below are just some of the highlights.

Horrible Histories Maze

A maze can be a lot of fun, especially when it’s been created like this one, with a host of challenges along the way. As your students choose their path through the centuries, history unravels before them and some of the world’s best-kept secretsare revealed.

Youngsters will be able to act out invading a Viking ship or living in the trenches; theycan get involved in uncovering evil plots; and they’ll be able to get up close and personal to the ‘Slimy Stuarts’ and ‘Terrifying Tudors’. Asthey make their way through the maze, they’ll earn stamps for their time passport and collect a prize at the end when they’ve conquered the challenge.

Time Tower

This castle was once the most powerful in middle England – an accolade it held for more than 1,000 years. Through the audio-visual multimedia in the Time Tower, students follow characters that recount stories ofwhat happened in this historic monument through the ages. Death, treachery, bloodshed and destruction were all part of Warwick Castle’s past, and it’s a story that is only now being told.

The Dungeon

Dungeons are always popular withschool groups and this one is no exception. Some of the most horrific of times from the history of the castle are re-enacted here, with live actors and plenty of bangs and flashes bringing the ancient stories to life. This somewhat chilling experience is geared specifically for students of secondary school age, which goes some way to showing the level ofimmersion into this gruesome encounter.

The Mighty Trebuchet

As military warfare developed, no castle worth its salt was without a catapult. Recognised as the largest siege machine in the world, the Trebuchet is an enormous catapult once aimed at enemy walls with the intent of firing rocks to break them down. Today, this replicated piece of awe-inspiring weaponry is still fired on occasion,although not for the same reasons!

Tours, Talks and Workshops

We’re very lucky to have a host of excellent attractions that are geared up for school visits in theUK. Study tours for both primary and secondary pupils are well catered for at Warwick Castle, with plenty of talks and workshops available to book.

Primary Packages

Younger minds will enjoy the range of tours on offer, which includeMeet the Monarchy, toteach them about three of England’s most important Kings and Queens, andthe Castle Life tour, a lively introduction to the social and cultural aspects of life in the lead up to the War of the Roses.

A range of subjects is accommodated, with Design Technology emphasised in the Swords and Shields Workshop, and Citizenship (and history) being the focus of the Power of the Monarchy tour.

Secondary Packages

Older children will have the chance to explore the castle’s medieval defences in Attack and Defence, or to learn about the judiciary system, common crimes and capital punishment in Crime and Punishment. The Battle Skills workshop, which incorporates an element of drama, is always a popular and there are not many pupils who don’t like a bit of gruesome storytelling! The Student Ultimate Tour is the top recommendationfor those looking for a general overview of the castle’s history.

UK study tours are best booked through a specialised educational tour operator. These companies have all the required information at their fingertips and can help withthe logistics and planning of the trip. Let the experts do the organising so you can focus on making the trip to Warwickshire as fun and interesting as possible.

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John Gardiner is the Managing Director of The School Travel Company, a tour operator specialising in educational travel for school and youth groups. Whether you’re planning UK study tours, Iceland geography trips or trekking expeditions to India, you can trust both the educational and economic value of their itineraries, whether ready-made or specifically designed to suit the needs of your group.