The Education Service provides an unmissable opportunity for learners to achieve their potential through adventure, in mainstream and special schools!

The Education Service provides a range of fun, exciting and outdoor courses for learners from Foundation to Post 16 in mainstream and special schools.

The Adventure Service believes that learning outside the classroom, whether on the hills, in woodland or on the school field or playground, provides an exciting and stimulating change for learners. Outdoor learning can improve motivation, inspire a sense of wellbeing and can support a reduction in negative behaviour.

Through our experience of delivering outdoor activities, we feel that outdoor learning provides an opportunity for those involved to take acceptable levels of risk, develop the ability to deal with uncertainty, develop new skills and independence and raise their environmental awareness.

Learners will work towards their individual targets throughout their time at The Adventure Service. There is even an opportunity to achieve The Adventure Service Awards!


Bushcraft activities at Blakeley Lane Campsite.


Michael canoeing at Girton Sailing Club.


Students using a kelly kettle.


A group of students at the Major Oak.


Students on a climb.

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Camo games.

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Amy showing off her archery skills.


Robert enjoying the session activitiy.


Jacob at Higger Tor.

To find out more about our Education Service, please contact our Education Coordinator, Helen Harris-Ellis, on 07803909427 or


  • Forest Schools

  • Mountain Biking

  • Weaselling

  • Bushcraft

  • Archery

  • Canoeing

  • Rock Climbing

  • Natural Craft

  • Hill Walking