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Bring your outdoor classroom to life

Who doesn’t love learning outside the classroom? For many, classroom outings in the great outdoors are some of the most memorable experiences during their time at school.

We’re here to help design those memorable experiences for you.

Make learning outside the classroom fun and engaging with curriculum-focused outdoor activity sessions. All our sessions can be delivered as one-off sessions, or over multiple days.

Bring classroom days to life and study...


Learn about ecosystems and how to protect them. Perfectly suited to work alongside bushcraft sessions.


Discover the importance of rivers and learn about the water cycle, waterways, river-dwelling flora, and fauna. These sessions can be delivered from the bank or on the river.


The geology of the Mendips is stunning. Through practical exploration learn about rocks, their history, and their uses. Mix with rock climbing or caving.


Explore what climate change is and take part in practical projects to learn about our impact and our positive action.


Explore our historic mineral mine Sandford Levy, to embed a wide range of topics including history, geography, and science; the mine was not only mined for minerals, it was also used as a secret station for a Home Guard Auxiliary Unit during the Second World War.

More info about our two caving experiences here

“It seems to me that the natural world is the greatest source of excitement; the greatest source of visual beauty; the greatest source of intellectual interest. It is the greatest source of so much in life that makes life worth living.”

- Sir David Attenborough

To book an outdoor curriculum-focused day, please visit


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