Children learn so much in the classroom, but what they learn outside it can be just as important.
At Hindleap Warren we offer gold-standard outdoor learning and adventurous activities that boost children’s personal development, in our scenic 300 acre private woodland. We help them to develop their confidence and resilience, and their ability to build relationships skills. We work with primary schools, typically years 2 – 6, and are inclusive for all children.
We help each child be the best they can be.
Day trips for primary schools
Enjoy our dedicated day course centre and let us build your day however you want it. Options include team building and problem solving challenges, a swing on our high ropes adventure course, and using the natural surroundings to bring learning about the environment to life. Find out more about what’s on offer here.
Our day centre has an indoor classroom, toilets and showers for you to use.
Day visits usually run from 9am to 4.30pm and we encourage schools to bring their own lunch.
Primary school residentials
Staying away from home, sharing a room, making a bed … memories of your first residential last forever.
We offer everything from short residentials (two days, one night) up to longer stays (five days, four nights). Residentials usually start mid-morning the day you arrive and the fun continues right through to early afternoon on the day you leave. No matter how long you stay, our staff are on hand 24/7 during your visit.
All your meals (including lunch on the days you arrive and leave), accommodation, bedding, and activities are provided. We have indoor classrooms for evening activities, a tuck shop and provide hot chocolate and home-made cookies each evening.
We build the programme for each day with you. Find out more about what’s on offer here.
The children loved the instructors and felt instantly at ease with them. Happy children meant that they all gave 100% to each task and we saw time and time again all of our children step out of their comfort zones and push themselves to achieve the best they could. ”
School visit 2020