Curriculum topics available: Team building.Citizenship education develops knowledge, skills and understanding that pupils need to play a full part in society as active and responsible citizens. Pupils learn about politics, parliament and voting as well as human rights, justice, the law and the economy. They also learn the skills of active citizenship.
Curriculum topics available: Logic and Problem Solving, Measurement, Geometry.We can deliver maths through such subjects as map reading and orienteering. This teaches logic, problem solving, measurement and geometry.
Curriculum topics available: Story telling.We can deliver English through story telling workshops in line with the needs of your school group.
Curriculum topics available: Climbing, Canoeing, Orienteering, Archery, Sailing, Kayaking.We can offer a range of adventurous activities including watersports, climbing, mountain biking, and hiking. Pupils can do these activities in a residential course alongside curriculum content or environmental education.
Curriculum topics available: Sculpture, Painting, Craft.We can run workshops on sculptures and bushcraft in line with the needs of your school group.
Curriculum topics available: Water cycles, Rivers, Map and atlas, Mountains, Environment, Fieldwork.We can run workshops on watercycles, rivers, mountains, the environment and fieldwork.
Curriculum topics available: Sustainable living, Climate change, Conservation.We can run workshops on sustainability and conservation.
Curriculum topics available: Teamwork and resilience, Mental health and awareness.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.
Curriculum topics available: SUP Stand Up Paddleboarding, Sailing, Kayaking, Canoeing, Bell Boats, Raft Building, Windsurfing, Power Boating, Kata Kanuing.• Kayaking • Canoeing • Paddle-boarding, Sailing • Raft building
Curriculum topics available: Climbing Outdoor, Mobile Climbing Wall, Canoeing, Orienteering, Archery, Sailing, Cycling, Kayaking, Abseiling, Team Building.We can deliver the following in line with the needs of your school group.
Curriculum topics available: Forces.We can deliver sessions on forces in line with the needs of your school group.
Curriculum topics available: Food Science.We can deliver Food Science workshops in line with the needs of your school group.
Curriculum topics available: Ecology and environment, Life Cycles, Minibeasts, Habitats.We can deliver workshops on ecology, environment, life cycles, mini beasts and habitats in line with the needs of your school group.
School Groups: We can cater for groups of 3 - 200
Yes, Underbank has a classroom on site.
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 Underbank.
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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.
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.
Your closest centre is Underbank Activity Centre which has been run by Peak for over 5 years. This centre benefits from a wealth of both water and land activities including a permanent climbing tower, challenge orienteering, canoeing, team building and raft building. We believe every child should be encouraged to experience outdoor activities and enjoy the benefits. Being outdoors and being active helps a child’s development in many ways and has been proven to help students refocus within the classroom.
Our activities are specifically designed to support primary, secondary GCSE and A level students on their academic and personal development journey and to meet learning outcomes. Students who join us here at Peak can also work towards a host of additional qualifications such as the British Canoeing Paddle Awards and GB Archery Awards
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