Book in confidence for 2021
We are excited to now have all of our adventure activities planned in and on our website ready for you to book now. 2021 will have its challenges, we may have to change events and activities subject to government guidelines. However we will do all we can to keep you Covid safe at our activity centres.
Our Peak Covid Booking Guarantee will ensure you do not lose the value of your booking for 2021. Should your booking not be able to proceed due to coronavirus and government guidelines, we will be happy to reschedule for a future date or arrange a gift voucher for the full value of your booking, redeemable within 12 months. The credit can be used at any of our locations for any of our activities.
Here at Peak, we want to help enrich your curriculum by getting your students out of the classroom, into the great outdoors and re-engaged in the classroom.
As such, we have launched our Schools Support Partnership which includes a wealth of benefits that we would like to share with you including:
• Team development/induction days for year groups & curriculum enrichment experiences.
• Free teacher taster sessions.
• Personal & social skills development through the Social Development Programme.
• Duke of Edinburgh Award expedition services & advice.
• Exclusive discounts & raffle prizes for your school.
Trentham Treetop Adventures
High ropes sessions are based on a minimum of 10 participants with a maximum of 20 participants at one time. There is a minimum age of 6 and a minimum height restriction of 1.4 meters. The course takes approximately 1.5 – 2 hours to complete.
If you would love to keep the the school group after tackling the treetop obstacle course, we can add either an adventurous taste of bushcraft survival skills or a team building game to bring out the best in everyone’s character and make your party one to remember! The course plus an activity can take approximately 3 hours.
If you are looking for a great transition year school trip for your new starters, or just a fun team building activity. We are offering 10% off our School Group bookings for May, September and October at all our centres. Contact us for details.
Trentham Treetop Adventures is great for students to get outdoors and burn off some energy. This trip is ideal for an end of term reward or for team building.
Special Education Needs: Attention teachers! Our Social Development Programme can help your mainstream and SEN students who may struggle to engage full time in a mainstream education setting to refocus and develop in the great outdoors. Call us today to discuss your requirements!
We can teach Food Tech through our outdoor bushcraft and cooking outside.
Curriculum topics available: Climbing, Orienteering.
We can offer a range of adventurous activities including climbing and land based adventures. Pupils can do these activities in a residential course alongside curriculum content or environmental education.
Curriculum topics available: Teamwork and resilience.
We can deliver workshops with Team Building skills such as planks and raft building. Along with The leap of faith. This will challenge your fear of heights, a simple jump from a trapeze but over ten metres in the air. The climbing tower is a fixed structure which is designed to introduce you to the heights of climbing and abseiling.
We can run cooking activities through our bushcraft programmes.
We can deliver in line with the needs of your school group.
Description: This is an activity that will teach people how to make shelters out of natural materials like wood and sticks, purify water, forage for edible food like berries, making tools, collecting wood from the surrounding area, learning how to build a fire to cook on and learning basic survival skills. We can add in some navigational skills to locate natural materials in the surrounding area. Outcomes/Purpose of Session: The purpose of this session is to learn how to work as a team to build things like shelters, develop skills such as survival, pushing people out of their comfort zones, using only what you can find around you. Build a shelter to survive the night, a fun activity to bring out the adventurer in you.
Curriculum topics available: High Ropes, Team Building.
We can deliver the following in line with the needs of your school group.
Land Based Activities
Mobile Climbing Wall
Orienteering & Challenge Orienteering
Team Building & Problem Solving
High ropes sessions are based on a minimum of 10 participants. There is a minimum age of 6 and a minimum height restriction of 1.4 metres. The course takes approximately 1.5 – 2 hours to complete.
Yes - All of our instructors hold full outdoor first aid certification with enhanced DBS checks in place. As well as AALA and AAIAC we also hold the Learning Outside the Classroom Award. This ensures that you can be confident in the quality of any session you have with us here at Treetops.
We cater for disabilities, Please call to discuss your requirements.
All of our instructors are experienced with SEN students and we welcome all students for our school trips and residentials. If you require something to be in place more long term we also have our Social Development programme for both mainstream and SEN students who struggle to engage full time in a mainstream education setting to refocus and develop in the great outdoors. Call us today to discuss your requirements! 01782 722226.
Focus on learning through adventure with qualifications.
Our Social Development Programme is tailored to suit the needs of the student or group. Our bespoke courses combine outdoor activities, and education. Courses can vary from a couple of weeks to a full academic year. When students join us they often exhibit challenging behaviour or are facing a number of difficulties in their lives. The activities are structured to give progression, offering challenges and inspiration. The programme acts as a tool for breaking down barriers, establishing boundaries and opening up communication. Over time, steps are made to increase students confidence and boost self esteem. Peak have a proven track record in helping young people achieve. Previous participants on social development programmes have found the ability to move forward with their lives, having improved their self-esteem and social skills.
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