Curriculum topics available: Personal development and resilience, Team building.The majority of our activities are designed for groups to work collaboratively so everyone is included and feels valued. All our instructors have this as a core to their roles and responsibilities.
Curriculum topics available: Healthy Living, Healthy eating, Teamwork and resilience.We constantly encourage students to be challenged intellectually and physically with our activities through fun problem solving challenges. We encourage them to be innovative in how they solve the challenges and allow them to reflect on the solutions in a positive way. We encourage health eating and pride ourselves on providing the highest quality fresh local food available and making sure everyone has a full belly so they are able to get the best out of themselves.
Curriculum topics available: Iron Age, Stone Age.Using our Iron Age hill fort as an educational tool we can bring prehistory to life giving then students a real understanding of how or ancestors would have lived.
Curriculum topics available: Plants, Animals including humans, Living things and habitats, Ecology and environment, Life Cycles, Minibeasts, Habitats.Biology is steeped in everything we do and our instructors can deliver sessions that really help to bring the world around us to life. This could be through looking at which plants are edible, learning about how to prepare and butcher small game and through observing changes in the seasons.
Curriculum topics available: Natural resources.We can deliver sessions that bring this subject to life. The natural resources around us are so important and how we use and preserve these are at our core.
Curriculum topics available: Environment.Understanding the environment and the impact we have on it is a theme throughout or programmes. Our site is off grid and offers pupils the chance to see renewable energy and water-saving technology in action as well as how we recycle an use compost waste to feed our new woodland.
Curriculum topics available: Conservation.As part of our sessions we can bring in practical conservation tasks such as habitat management, coppicing, tree planting to name but a few. These give hands on, practical experiences as to how we can protect and enhance our environment.
We can work with small groups of 10 students up to 80 pupils for half day activities up to 4 night residential packages.
All our instructors are fully trained in outdoor first aid which we review annually.
We want to make our site as inclusive as possible so please speak to us and we will make sure everyone can be included.
We are a small family run business that prides itself on offering highly-personalised outdoor experiences. Our sessions are always, fun, interactive and hands on. Firstly we want everyone to feel happy and safe in the outdoors and then we want to inspire and teach and allow everyone to experience the benefits of being in touch with the natural environment.
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We are bursting with ideas on places that deliver first class teaching both outside the classroom and as in-school workshops. Feel free to use our tailor-made trip form and we can help you find the perfect experience for your class!