Region: West Midlands

Disabled Facilities: Yes

Category: Day Trip Destinations

Address: Bourne Vale, Aldridge, Walsall, West Midlands WS9 0SH

Contact: 0121 353 7329

Website: http://www.woodlandsadventure.co.uk

Description

Woodlands Adventure has the true feel of a traditional Outdoor Centre. Rural in location and portraying the natural woodland feel of the 36 acre area within which the Centre is situated.


Aspects which enhance the feel of the Centre are the log cabin effect of the accommodation block & recreational building, the extensive woodland grounds, open areas and the disparate location of the activities which allow the whole area to be explored and utilized.


Woodlands Adventure provides an outdoor education experience to groups who are primarily disadvantaged in some way or shape.


Why is this venue great for School Trips and Educational Visits?


All packages will be the offer of a liaison visit with a member of the senior instructional team. The aim of this meeting will be to tailor your visit to meet the individual needs of your group and your curriculum.


(Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award placements are available)


Do you have Accreditations

•    LOTC Quality badge
•    Adventuremark
•    BCU centre approved
•    BAYC life member
•    IOL organizational member

Registered Charity Number: 1120499.


What does a typical school trip or educational visit include?


From September 2014, Outdoor and Adventurous Activities will be a part of the P.E curriculum at Key stages 2, 3 & 4.


Woodlands Adventure have been involved in providing high quality Outdoor and Adventurous Activities for Schools and Academies across all age groups, Woodlands Adventure offers exciting and innovative packages to augment existing P.E lessons or bespoke one off events through day visits, residential and camping.


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https://www.facebook.com/pages/Woodlands-Adventure-Outdoor-Learning/119524661465800?fref=ts


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What size groups do they cater for


Residential block has two dormitories which sleep 32 in each, first aid / sick room which sleeps 2 and an additional 4 twin leaders rooms.


Day visits upto 80
Camping has a 1 acre camping area, so is dependent on the size of tentage. 30 as a rough guide.


What can they provide you with to support your school trip or educational visit?


Teacher packs and worksheets can be designed at the liaison meeting to fit the requirements of your group.


Can you take photos, video or audio? Are there any copyright restrictions?


Yes so long as schools have parental consent.


How do you arrange a risk assessment?


Contact us at the centre via phone or e-mail to arrannge this.


What does it cost?

Residential    0-40 (minimum charge for 24)    June / July

Full week    £125.00    £130.00

Half week    £70.00    £83.00

Overnight stay    £45.00    £57.00

Camping    Minimum charge for 10    June / July

Mid-week    £30.00    £42.00

Weekend    £50.00    £62.00

Day Visit    Minimum charge for 12    June / July

Full day    £23.00    £26.00

Half day    £18.00    £21.00

Evening visit    £18.00    £25.00

N.I.C.A.S £12 per session

G.C.S.E Climbing / Paddle Sport £12 per session

Is specific clothing required?


Old clothes that can get wet and muddy, NO jeans, fully enclosed toes (not sandles)


Do you have first aid on site?


Yes, All instructors are first aid trained.


What facilities do they have for school trips and educational visits?

•    Souvenir shop £5-£10
•    Self catered for residentials, day groups require a packed lunch
•    Picnic areas and use of Yurt /log cabin / sports hall for wet days
•    Wet rooms available


Are there disabled facilities?

Yes, please contact us regarding your groups requirements.

What are your opening days and hours?

9-5 All year round, (EXCEPT for two weeks over the x-mas period)


Age of Children / Pupils: 8 – 10 years 11 – 13 years 14 – 16 years College University

Type of Visit: Animal Welfare Bird of Prey Centre Climbing Duke of Edinburgh Award High Ropes Outdoor Education Outdoor Pursuits Residential School Trips SEN Wildlife and Nature

Curriculum Topics Covered: Citizenship PE PSHE

Months Open: All Year Round January February March April May June July August September October November December


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