Essential Information for Booking

Below you will find links to our safeguarding policy and all our 2023-24 risk assessments.

Please click on > to reveal the full list and then on each title to open a PDF version.

Please note that we cannot provide a risk assessment for sessions where we are not supervising groups.

Group leaders for evening & residential visits are welcome to arrange a pre-visit to the site to complete their own risk assessments.


The Booking Process

Step 1

Contact our office for date availability.

Step 2

E-mail or call us to confirm the date/s you require and discuss activity options.

Step 3

We will send the deposit invoice (for payment within 14 days to confirm booking) and booking form/s by email - please ensure we have the correct email address for each.

Step 4

Finalise activity choices and return completed booking form/s.

Step 5

Download risk assessments for selected activities.

Step 6

Contact us to arrange a pre-visit or discuss any specific requirements for your group.

Step 7

If you require our catering service, complete and return the group menu choices 14 days prior to arrival.

Kitlist - The Essentials

Sleeping bag
Pillow case
Change of clothes - preferably old ones - you may get dirty!
Sturdy shoes, trainers or wellies
Coat, hat, gloves or sun cream depending on the weather forecast!
PJs, slippers & cuddly toy
Water bottle
Packed lunch for first day

Interested in booking a visit?

Our aim is to give your children a ‘hands-on minds-on' learning experience to enrich both their academic and social development. Children who visit us for the day will work with a member of our staff, and follow the programme of study agreed and planned beforehand with their teacher. We also offer residential visits so that the children can spend more time on their studies and benefit from the adventure of being with their friends away from home. Our instructors greet groups on arrival and work with the children from 09.30 to 15.30, with a lunch break to fit your chosen programme.