Outdoor Learning Schools currently provides a range of outdoor residentials for schools and teachers based at a local Scout Campsite in Humberston.
Pupils spend three days living and learning together through developing camp craft skills and enjoying a range of activities.
OLS,s ethos is to develop pupils personal capabilities, resiliance and independence through promoting the development of self, others and the natural environment.
Training is provided to enable teacher’s engage fully in developing the young people throughout the camp through delivering activity sessions.
- Low Ropes & Bouldering Wall
- Night line
- Camp Craft / Backwoods Cooking
- Environment walks
- Den Building
- Arrows Archery
- Team building / initiative Games
- Climbing Wall
- Canoeing & Kayaking
What the children said…
“When we got to Cherry Garth we felt extremely excited for all the things we were going to do. Our favourite activity was the big climbing wall. Molly did the ‘overhang’ blindfolded and Bryony got to the top four times!” Molly & Bryony, (Year 5)
“One of the best bits was sleeping in the tents and I was lovely and warm. Mrs Leach, our Headteacher, did a tent inspection and my tent won! The night walk was excellent. I would definitely come again” Joshua, ( Year 4)
What the teachers said…
“OLS camps… a wonderful learning adventure that will engage, enthuse and excite students…outdoors & back inside the classroom”
Mary Waters, (Oasis Academy Nunsthorpe)
Limited bookings are available for 2015 in the Autumn Term. Contact us for more information.
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