Inspiring a lifetime of adventure
“We had really good feedback from our Year 7 students and staff regarding their adventure. It was an excellent opportunity to get to know our students better.” Pimlico Academy
With a Wildchild trip for secondary schools there’s no hidden extras. Everything is included in the price, just bring a packed lunch for your first day. We’re proud to be different from many outdoor adventure providers. Our secondary school trips are more than just rushing between activities.
There are three essential elements to a Wildchild residential trip for secondary schools:
Wild Survivor Bushcraft
Table Tennis Tournament
1: Adventurous activities to develop resilience
Enjoy the opportunity to choose activities that benefit your learners. They’re all carefully designed to excite and engage KS3 students. The longer you stay, the more you’ll get to experience.
2: Wild Survivor Bushcraft to learn new skills
Put their survival abilities to the test with a range of outdoor activities to encourage teamwork.
Your students will love learning:
3: Team-building games to build stronger friendships
Unite a year group with team-building tasks designed to develop problem-solving skills. You’ll see friendships formed as students support each other to overcome challenges along the way.
You can relax knowing our trained instructors will be with you every step of the way. All our instructors have specialised outdoor education training, first aid certification and DBS checking.
From lighting the campfire to running all your activities, their aim is to build positive relationships with your students and give you a stress-free stay.
“A great experience for the students. It was fantastic to see them working together, out of their comfort zone, and away from any technology. The fresh air, open fields and fun activities shows a different side to them all”. Simon Balle School
Do you dread the days spent travelling? Most residential trips for secondary schools involve a lengthy journey. With Wildchild you can choose from our two locations, both conveniently close to London, to reduce your travel time and expense.
There are many reasons teachers choose a Wildchild residential trip for secondary schools.
“When we chose Wildchild to deliver our Year 7 transition residential the idea was for our new pupils to get to know each other, learn to work together and the importance of our natural environment. The trip did all of that and so much more.” Simon Balle Secondary School
A Wildchild adventure is perfect for supporting transition between year groups and a popular end-of-year celebration. It’s a marvellous way to recognise student success or engage harder to reach students.
Included in every Wildchild adventure:
"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