Adventure Camp

The outdoors has an overwhelmingly positive influence on young people’s growth and development”


Take 2 Adventure are leading providers in the Midlands for onsite residential experiences for young people.

Our unique, fully catered camps are a more affordable way to provide an exciting overnight adventure to all children, in the safety of the school grounds. ‘Camp’ is set up on the school field and all activities take place on the premises.

Our popular residential camp gives children the opportunity to play outside, challenge themselves and explore new, adventurous activities. By creating a safe and familiar environment, the children have a chance to learn independence, resilience and find areas of success outside of academia.

Not only do we create memorable experiences but by encouraging team work, practical skills and confidence we help children achieve success in school and beyond.

With the most comprehensive choice of activities and by incorporating life skills our camp can help children to:

  • Develop their independence and resilience
  • Challenge themselves
  • Build confidence and self esteeem
  • Improve their critical thinking and creativity
  • Learn about the natural environment

You can find a full list of our activities here.

Our camps are ideal for:

  • KS1 – year 2
  • KS2 – year 3-6
  • KS3 – year 7

What We Provide:

  • BBQ dinner, Breakfast and Lunch (staff included)
  • Healthy snacks
  • High quality tents
  • All equipment and activities
  • Enthusiastic and motivational instructors
  • A camp to remember!

What You Provide:

  • Excited children ready to engage and have fun
  • Access to toilets and sinks
  • Enthusiastic staff (1:15) ready to join in and have fun!

(Parents are to provide sleeping bags and mats)

If your school is interested and you would like more information or a sample itinerary please fill in the form below.

We are now taking bookings for 2021 spring and summer terms. Take advantage of our low fully refundable deposits and book your camp today!

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