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Fully inclusive activities

Our team is dedicated to working with people with additional needs and we thrive on seeing what is possible when overcoming the barriers the outdoor environment can throw at us.


Girl being helped on rope course

We believe that outdoor learning can give people with additional needs:

  • new experiences through an holistic approach to the outdoors
  • a new way of learning
  • a chance to express themselves outside the classroom or family environment
  • the opportunity to find hidden skills and talents
  • the chance to take part in inclusive activities with no barriers

What people say about us

Tracy Shelton, Holbrook School for Autism said:

“Our students have the opportunity to try activities they would not ordinarily be able to access, and always look forward to the courses."

Shayne Andrews said:

“The team give me the experience of new activities and meeting new people. I love doing the activities and I can show my foster parents what I achieved.”

Carol Franis, Stanton Vale Special Educational Needs School said:

“Our students have gained confidence, independence and news ways of learning through outdoor activities, which has benefitted them and the teaching staff.”