Celtic Harmony Camp - School Prehistory Residential Trip Hertfordshire
Region: Greater London East of EnglandDisabled Facilities: Yes
Category: Accommodation & Residential Trips
Address: Brickendon Lane, Hertford, Hertfordshire SG13 8NY
Contact: 01438 718543
Step back into Ancient Britain at Celtic Harmony Camp, the UK’s largest reconstructed Iron Age settlement near Hertford. With a host of themed Prehistory educational visits including Stone Age & Iron Age, your class will be immersed in the sights and sounds that Ancient Britons experienced over 800,000 years of Prehistory.
The themed Prehistory educational days have been designed by our experts to link into the New National Curriculum topic; Changes in Britain from the Stone Age to the Iron Age. New for 2017, you can stay overnight in Prehistory and sleep in a Roundhouse! Immerse your class in prehistory and journey from Neolithic to Iron Age Britain in two days of hands-on activities lead by our costumed educators.
Do you have a video on YouTube or anywhere else?
Prehistory Residential Page
Video Stone Age Day
Are you on twitter or facebook?
What group sizes do you cater for?
Up to 60 on Prehistory Residential
Up to 150 on Prehistory Day Trips
Please give information regarding room sizes and room facilities?
Up to 12 children can sleep in each 6m diameter fully insulated roundhouse. There are
25mm gym mats on the floor so children have a comfy night in their sleeping bags. There is a toilet block with seven toilets, a shower and hand wash facilities. Teachers are accommodated in bell tents or other available roundhouses.
What is the cost of the accommodation?
£95/child including two days of Stone to Iron Age Prehistory activities, evening meal and breakfast plus the second day's packed lunch. Adults come free, recommended one adult every 10 children.
What is your process for booking pre arranged risk assessments?
All risk assessments are in the Prehistory Residential Teacher Pack. Celtic Harmony is a quality badge holder for Learning Outside the Classroom and Adventure Mark for high standard of Archery provision.
Does your Accommodation have a booking contact?
Celtic Harmony Admin Team
Tel: 01438 718543
Do you have first aid on site or will the group need to bring a qualified first aider?
There is always a qualified first aider and first aid kits appropriate for group size on site.
Please list facilities available?
The Archer’s Rest Café is a heated indoor area for hot meals and seats sixty children. A BBQ dinner is provided on the first night, after which the children can roast marshmallows over the fire in the Chieftain Roundhouse, late night bat walk through the woodland and sleepover in your roundhouse. Continental breakfast is served in the morning and a packed lunch provided for day two.
What are your disabled facilities?
The roundhouses and the composting toilet both have disabled access and there is a pathway around the Camp.
What are your opening days and hours?
Prehistory Day trips and residentials are available weekdays and weekends but must be booked in advance at www.celticharmony.org/schools
To book your WOW Prehistory Residential tel: 01438 718543 9am – 5pm.
Do you have any testimonials from previous customers?
“Inspirational Trip. They learnt more at Celtic Harmony than 6 weeks of teaching could ever teach them. It was amazing for the children to experience life in the Iron Age first hand and see all the artefacts rather than just pictures on the internet!.” Cuffley School March 2017
Age of Children / Pupils: 5 – 7 years 8 – 10 years 11 – 13 years 14 – 16 years College University
Months Open: All Year Round January February March April May June July August September October November December
Accommodation Type: Camping Outdoor Residential Centres