Situated less than a mile from Beeston Castle, Beeston is housed in a former primary school. It’s location lends itself to the study of Bunbury Church, Beeston Castle, Beeston livestock market and the Shropshire Union Canal, all of which are within easy walking distance of the centre.
Peckforton woods and the local organic dairy farm are also popular places of interest, the former for walking and the latter for studying where food comes from. Students can cover aspects of the KS1 Science and Geography curriculums, participate in orienteering and work together to design shelters involving design and technology.
Beeston has a small woodland area, an adventure playground and a grassy playing area.
We are dedicated, experienced and enthusiastic education professionals who have the ability to differentiate, plan bespoke programmes and deliver high quality teaching. Our teachers understand young people and the current school environment and they work hard to deliver the best outcomes for them.
Beeston is a secure and familiar building, ideal for primary schools who are looking for single occupancy and a cosy environment.
We encourage stays from one night upwards so schools can bring very young pupils away for an initial residential experience.
Our customers give us excellent feedback and make repeated visits.
Storytelling, art, music, walking, orienteering, problem solving, den building, bush craft, habitat walk, mini beast study, stone age workshops, farm visits.
40 pupils and 6 staff
There is a classroom facility suitable for indoor study and art activities.
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