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Residentials for Primary Schools
Residential programmes provide a great opportunity for young people to be rewarded, gain experience of the wider world and face a range of challenges that can contribute significantly to their personal development.
Outdoor learning can also be a valuable tool for developing social and group skills - helping young people to engage in their school and home lives and providing opportunities to improve health and fitness.
At Essex Outdoors we offer a wide range of residential programmes, from overnight stays through to five day/four night residential visits. All of our packages are fully catered, meaning all you have to do is enjoy yourself.
Whether you're looking for Scandinavian-style log cabins, traditional camping in patrol tents or self-contained accommodation, Essex Outdoors can provide what you need against a backdrop of ancient woodland, an urban oasis or beautiful coastlines.
Whichever centre you choose, there are a wide range of activitiesavailable and our experienced team will be more than happy to identify the right programme for you based on your particular requirements - whether that's having fun and trying new things, or linking to the national curriculum.
We also offer a wide range of evening activities to keep everyone entertained, from camp fire circles and cinema nights through to silent discos and Its a Knockout!
Prices from £137 per person for a three day/two night residential in log cabins with 10 activity sessions.
You can view our Outdoor Education for Primary Schools brochure onlineor request a copy by emailing email@example.com
"Thank you for a fantastic three days. The children in year 5 thoroughly enjoyed the residential trip and all of the activities."
Deputy Headteacher, Trinity St Mary's Church of England Primary School