Adventure Learning Programme School Trips
First Hand Experiences
A two day workshop to be used as part of your school’s enrichment programme or integrated into your curriculum.
We take your class to a nearby green space whether it be field, woodland, park or river side and with the help of our passionate, experienced facilitators children take part in outdoor activities that allow them to explore and connect with their environment.
Back at school the next day, inspired by their outdoor adventures, professional artists teach the children to knit, weave, mould, sculpt, carve, paint and build using natural materials. A snack is prepared by the children themselves guided by our facilitator using whole, natural ingredients that are tasty and often surprising. Each workshop culminates in a musical celebration of original song and performance games.
Our team of vibrant, inspirational mentors bring an unrivalled sense of joy and dedication to their role. As well as being experts in their field, all our team are equipped with outstanding communication skills, boundless energy, a full DBS and beaming smile!
Why are First Hand Experiences a great choice for bringing fun workshops into your school?
Created in response to the current education cuts, see how your school can embrace outdoor experiential adventure learning on an ongoing, yet affordable, basis.
Children learn a host of new skills that have a profound effect on their development.
A truly holistic approach immersing children in a wide variety of creative activities.
We use chemical free, whole ingredients to teach the children how to snack in a healthy, fun way.
What activities are available during group visits?
Our approach to experiential learning is a holistic one and naturally encompasses many curriculum areas and objectives.
Our curriculum advisor can tailor our curriculum to create a unique program to suit your school’s needs and curriculum requirements.
Get out into the woods, fields, rivers and streams to learn from and through nature. From building rope bridges, shelter building, wild swimming, meadow sweeping to green wood working, fire lighting, harvesting, cooking and feasting.
Each programme is seasonally inspired and follows the experience, create, celebrate formula.
What size groups do you cater for?
Class sizes of approx 30 at a time.
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Need more inspiration?
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