Work together to get you and your team mascot around our challenging mud run collecting as little mud as possible as you go! The ultimate physical team work challenge!
Learn basic kayaking skills on the lake. This extremely safe environment and our BCU qualified instructor make this an excellent way to introduce your class to water sports.
Test your finesse and accuracy with our archery class.
Challenge your class to work in groups to build an improvised raft that they then have to paddle across the lake!
An excellent way to start your visit. Working in small groups the orienteering exercise will familiarise your class with their new surroundings and the low ropes course will provide them with a challenge to start working together and communicating well.
This carefully controlled orienteering exercise will challenge your class to develop their map reading skills further using 6 figure grid references as they set off on an adventure in Hooke Woods.
In groups, the children have to decide on how to build a shelter big enough for all of them. They will have to consider how best to ensure it is safe and find all the necessary materials in the woods to build their shelter.
A series of fun games which are designed to build on the children’s ability to communicate, negotiate and cooperate. These activities become more challenging as the session progresses.
See if your children can rise to the challenge of ‘Bridging the Moat’. The children will work in teams to devise a method of sending a heavy parcel from one side of the moat to the other without it touching the water! A great, fun challenge!
Climb over tree trunks, negotiate ditches to find the Magic Tree. Wellies are a must!
Having been decorated with tribal paint spend the day learning to live as a tribe. Choose a chief, compose a tribal yell, build a shelter, lay trails and scavenge for materials before playing the tribal game.
Work in small teams to solve problems by selecting and using appropriate materials.
Work together, blindfolded, to complete a series of tasks which require trust and good communication skills.
Follow the clues to locate the missing undercover agent.
Explore the local area at night – can anyone stay quiet for long enough to spot a badger or be brave enough to visit the castle murder room in Wales.
Enjoy singing and entertainment around a camp fire either in the woods in Dorset or sat on the beach in Wales.