SCHOOL RESIDENTIALS FOR PRIMARY AND SECONDARY CHILDREN
Outdoor residential centres for schools provide a welcome break from the formal, fairly regulated school day. Life-long interests in new activities and sports can be forged during residential trips for schools, along with skills in problem-solving, team-working, communication and leadership. Socially, children experience living with and sharing with their peers and learn how to compromise, to listen and to respect others.
All of these skills, experiences and interests are excellent preparation for the next step in children’s lives – secondary school, higher education or the world of work. Residential trips for schools to South Cerney Outdoor offer invaluable benefits to young people in every age group.
As one of the most scenic residential activity centres in the Cotswolds, South Cerney Outdoor offers a range of outdoor residential programmes for schools, on either a self-catering or fully catered basis, including
- the two-day Explorer package with a range of taster activities to choose from
- the Adventurer package which includes both daytime and evening adventure-based activities
- the Discovery package , a progressive learning programme focused on developing children's confidence through communication, team working and problem solving through a carefully selected programme of outdoor challenges.
- the Engagement package, a programme specifically developed to explore behaviour management, relationships, problem solving and communication.
South Cerney Outdoor will ensure that on our residential trips for schools,the correct balance is struck between providing the right environment for fostering independence and ensuring all children are safe. We can draw upon a coaching team with over 100 years of collective experience and which is expert at designing bespoke programmes for individual schools.
As a highly reputed outdoor residential centre for schools, we work closely with teaching professionals and other stakeholders to offer well-structured activity schedules to meet the specific needs of children and young adults in their care.