Immerse Your Class in Prehistory and Sleep in a Roundhouse!
2 Day 1 Night Residential School Trip
Spend the first day learning primitive skills from the Stone Age including flint knapping demonstrations to den building.
Then stay overnight sleeping in one of our amazing roundhouses. We have five brand new 6m diameter roundhouses that are packed with modern comforts including: radiator heating, WiFi, electricity, lighting, painted insulated floor and walls, each one has a set of soft gym mats to cover the floor so the children have a comfortable night’s sleep in their sleeping bags. We provide guest beds for teachers, so all you need to bring is a sleeping bag and pillow!
After afternoon and evening activities, relax with a BBQ dinner and spend the second day taking part in the Warrior Day with clan challenges!
Day 1 Stone Age 10am-3pm
- Friction Fire Lighting
- Den building
- Flint talk and hunting
- Gathering and cooking
- Trade and Barter
Sleeping in the Roundhouses
- Each roundhouse sleeps 12 pupils on comfortable matting on the floor, don’t forget your sleeping bag
- BBQ Dinner and Evening Activities of Marshmallows and bat walk when it’s dark!
- Continental Breakfast including yoghurt, croissant, juices, cereals
Day 2 Iron Age Warrior 10am-2.30pm
- Woodland Quest
- Warrior Headbands and Face Painting
- Target Archery
- Weaving Challenge
- Warrior Demonstration
£99 / Student
Adult Helpers £20/adult/night
Including evening meal and breakfast plus the second day’s packed lunch AND all the exciting prehistory learning activities during your two days!
Ratio of 1 adult helper to 8 Children
£500 non refundable deposit payable 12 term time weeks before
School trips with an overnight stay can be life changing experiences for young people.
We are campaigning for Brilliant Residentials to enable more young people to experience more high-quality residentials, which can lead to improved resilience, relationships, achievement and brighter, brilliant futures for young people.
One of the best aspects of the residential was that the children were able to take part in practical activities. The children benefited most from working as a team and learning with practical tasks in the outdoors- Miss Lincoln
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