Inspiring a lifetime of adventure
How to promote and plan for a successful residential trip for your pupils
Use our information pack to help your parents prepare their child for their time away.
A list of recommended and essential items for your child to bring on their adventure
To help teachers and group leaders get the most out of their time with us. Find out how to book, plan and promote your trip
|08.30||Breakfast Children help themselves to the breakfast bar offering cereal, toast, yoghurt, juice in addition to a hot breakfast option.|
|10:00-11:00||Teambuilding Games and activities in the woods|
|11:00-12:30||Scavenger hunt/Bug Shelters An opportunity to explore the woodland, and get creative with natural materials to build animal shelters. Swimming pools, adventure playgrounds – there’s no limit to what a group of children can build for those lucky bugs!|
|12:30 – 2:00||Lunch/Free time|
|2:00-4:00||Wild Survivor Bushcraft Outdoor survival and skills-building session including shelter building, fire-lighting, water filtration and tracking. There’s nothing like toasting marshmallows on a fire you’ve made yourself!|
|4:00-5:00||Pot-holing or High Ropes Time to challenge yourself – whether you’re skimming the treetops as you climb the High Ropes, or navigating your way around the underground tunnels – you’re guaranteed a fun activity to get the adrenalin pumping!|
|5:00-6:00||Chill-time Time for settling into tents, getting to know tent-mates and freshening up before dinner.|
|6:00-7:00||Dinner Lasagne, garlic bread and salad bar, apple crumble and custard.|
|7:00-8:00||Evening Games Could be anything from tobogganing or a game of ambush to going on a bat detection mission on our Wild Night Safari.|
|8:00-8:30||Campfire Supper At the end of an exhilarating day it’s time for hot chocolate and reflection around the camp-fire.|
"A fantastic experience for both pupils and teachers. It's been fantastic to see the children grow with such amazing support around them""
Markyate Primary School
"A perfect mix of adventurous and nature-based activities, delivered by wonderful staff in a lovely setting!""
Fircroft Primary School
"It was the wholesome, outdoorsy experience these kids desperately need while growing up in London."
Hugh Myddleton Primary School
"Provided the children with the independence we needed. It also created an experience they will never forget""
Loose Primary School
"Wildchild’s ethos matches our own – teamwork, challenge and encouragement to face difficulties."
Westfield Primary School
"Engaging, challenging, nurturing, taking all of us out of our comfort zones, connecting to the environment""
Streatham and Clapham Prep
"Kids loved it and we are returning next year. Fantastic outdoor experience and different from PGL."
Allfarthing Primary School