We are looking forward to being able to welcome your pupils for an inspiring Prehistory trip from this summer term.
We guarantee that if you book today and need to cancel due to Covid 19 government restrictions we will offer a full refund.
Celtic Harmony Camp is a Covid Secure Venue set in 13 acres of woodland with space for children to spend the day outdoors in the open air. Celtic Harmony holds the 'Good to Go' pledge with Visit England and Learning Outside the Classroom Quality Badge. We have precautions in place including more hand wash and anti-bacterial stations and deep cleaning of resources and facilities between bubble visits. The health and safety of visiting children has always been our utmost priority.
We look forward to giving your pupils a WOW Prehistory experience in the safe outdoor setting of Celtic Harmony Camp, Bourne Wood.
Prehistory Explorer is a perfect first residential experience with a dedicated costumed educator to guide you throughout your stay as your pupils have the opportunity to learn about working together and become more independent.
Day 1: Stone Age
• Prehistory Palisade Performance
• Friction Fire Lighting Display
• Hunt the Mammoth
• Gather in the Woods
• Build Woodland Shelters
Evening Explorer Activities:
• BBQ Dinner
• Team Building & Field Games
• Celtic Crafts
• Storytelling around the fire
• Bat Walk and Marshmallow Roasting
Day 2: Iron Age Warriors
Boudicca calls on your tribe to train as warriors with challenges in:
• Woodland Quest
• Celtic Headbands & Face Painting
• Craft your Soap Arrow Head
• Warrior Training
• Trade and Barter with Celtic Coins
"Thank you so much for such a wonderful trip. The children had an AMAZING time and we love it too. It was so well organised, the site is beautiful and all the staff were enthusiastic and welcoming. ...We would love to book for next year." Georgie Allen. Holy Trinity, July 2018
Curriculum topics available: Personal development and resilience, Team building, National, regional, religious and ethnic identitie.
During Day Trips at Celtic Harmony Camp your pupils will be not only learning about Prehistory but also:
-Preparing to play an active role as citizens
- Developing relationship and teamwork
- Developing confidence and responsibility
Curriculum topics available: Healthy Living, Healthy eating, Teamwork and resilience, Mental health and awareness.
At Celtic Harmony, as long well as History, children learn many different skills. Such as:
- How to set simple goals
- Feel positive about themselves
- To listen to people, and play and work cooperatively
- Sustainable and healthy way of life
Day Trips Themed Activities cover the period of Changes in Britain from the Stone Age to the Iron Age. Please see the examples of Activities, Topics, Workshops, Programmes for more detailed information.
At Celtic Harmony Camp children step into ancient Britain and experience Celtic life from the Stone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age through our programme of multi-sensory, experiential activities. School groups, led by our costumed education team take part in activities such as pottery, grinding grain and making bread, weaving on warp-weighted looms, bartering and trading with Celtic coins, archery, arts and crafts, fire lighting, warrior demonstrations and storytelling.
For Residential Explorer group size is 25 - 60 children
The roundhouses are outdoor classrooms and we have a cafe and outdoor under cover eating area.
We have first aiders on site and first aid kits.
We have a disabled toilet and access for all pathway around the Camp.
We can tailor make the Prehistory Explorer for children with special needs. We regularly work with children and adults with learning difficulties.
Enjoy a WOW Prehistory day packed with hands-on activities in a beautiful woodland setting lead by our dedicated education team of archers, warriors, storytellers, farmers, woodsmen and weavers. The seven roundhouses create a village feel to explore the technology and lifestyle of ancient Britain.
There are several Residential trips covering different themes including Stone Age, Iron Age Farmer, Warrior and Chieftain.
Our expert educators have designed the days to link with new history curriculum for KS2 studies Prehistory from Stone to Iron Age and a focus on local history.
Teachers interested in this Celtic Harmony trip also viewed the learning experiences below.
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!