Re-wild your child on a one night primary school trip

Bring your children to us to spend time getting involved and engaged in the outdoors, taking part in hands-on experiences – a digital detox being naturally created from their days in the open air.

An FSC Primary Residential will:

  • Increase interaction with nature, building confidence and resilience through activities and challenges.
  • Encourage skills in communication and co-operation, with fun teambuilding games.
  • Introduce measured risk taking to encourage independent thinking.
  • Tackle the growing indoor culture which is adding to the UK’s nature deficit disorder.

Whether organising a KS1 overnight residential to encourage first steps in independence, or inspiring a little more resilience and team work through a KS2 school trip, our primary overnight experiences are specifically developed to support a child’s first night away with school. Our experienced staff are dedicated to creating feelings of positivity, encouraging children to take on challenges, and allowing hidden talents to emerge during a first residential experience.

  • Primary school student looking at a moth in a pot
  • Primary school student map reading

A personalised approach

  • Accommodation is in comfortable centres of up to 150 beds, allowing us to offer a personalised service.
  • A qualified tutor is assigned to each trip, to over-see your visit and create a bespoke friendly atmosphere.
  • There will be no hidden costs as all food is provided and all course activities are based on site (unless extra activities are specifically requested during the booking process).
  • All our centres have the Learning Outside the Classroom’s Quality Badge so there is less paperwork for you.

Example activities

  • Bushcraft.
  • Star gazing.
  • Treasure hunting.
  • Bug catching.
  • Mammal trapping.
  • Pond dipping.
  • Campfire stories.
  • Team games.

Contact Us

Please ring to speak to Lottie, our School Booking Assistant
Direct line 01743 852135 Main line 01743 852100 or email [email protected]