Outdoor and Environmental Education for Secondary Schools

We can provide residential or day programmes designed specifically to meet the needs and requirements of your group.

Here are some examples of programmes recently designed for Secondary Schools:

  • Team building programme (for single or multiple days) for Y12 students to promote personal development, teamwork communication and time management skills at the start of their 6th Form.
  • Geography field trips at GCSE or ‘A’ Level.
  • Revision weekends – combine revision with outdoor activities to break up their study / exam preparation.
  • A varied and balanced programme of adventure activities, to provide enjoyment and FUN.
  • Conservation activities on our site, which can be part of an ‘Eco-Schools’ programme, or as a way of ‘putting something back’ into the environment.
  • Activities to develop confidence, teambuilding and communication skills.
  • Inclusive activities that challenge and engage children, but ensuring that all can participate and achieve.
  • Environmental and conservation activities, working towards and achieving the John Muir Award.
  • Programmes for the ‘Gifted and Talented’ designed to challenge and extend personal skills and knowledge.
  • Team building activities for newly formed classes, provide the opportunity for team development as well as enhancing self-confidence and self-esteem.
  • School Inclusion – working with children with challenging behavior and special educational needs.
  • Risk Management programme – engaging pupils in assessing and managing risk in the outdoors. This could be part of a GCSE / BTEC course if appropriate.


To discuss your needs and requirements please contact us.

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