John Muir Award

Here at UK School Trips, we want to help in providing Ideas in planning your school outdoor environmental learning experience based around your specific needs are you working towards the John Muir Award with your school or educational group. Are your students taking part or looking to experience activities that cover Conservation Repair, Restoration of Natural Habitats and Woodlands regarding your local environment and the impacts and the challenges it brings.

Do you want your students or pupils to become environmental champions of the future! The John Muir Award encourages children of all backgrounds to connect with, enjoy and care for wild places.

The award scheme focuses on wild places. It is inclusive, accessible and non-competitive, though should provide a great challenge for each participant.  The Award encourages awareness and responsibility for the natural environment through a structured yet adaptable scheme, in a spirit of fun, adventure and outdoor exploration.

Willowgate Activity Centre provides a flexible engaging, safe learning environment with programmes curriculum linked for students to experience, including a diverse range of year-round activities indoors and out, including john muir and youth achievements
The Towers Active Learning Centre is located in Snowdonia National Park, perfect for a residential outdoor adventure were you will explore and experience mountain expeditions, climbing and so many more outdoor activities for your students to enjoy.
If you're looking for an Outdoor School Trip experience, then Cliffe House is the place for you! The natural surroundings and highly experienced staff make this venue the perfect place for classes looking to try out adventurous and thrilling activities.
A Residential School Trip at Cuffley Camp will include superb accommodation, adventurous activities, and a dedicated refectory providing educational groups with an excellent range of freshly cooked meals.
The Sealyham Active Learning Centre is dedicated to helping students develop essential skills and character, promoting wellbeing through adventurous outdoor learning.
We are a small independent provider based in the Lake district in Cumbria who specialize in providing: Duke of Edinburgh Expeditions, John Muir Awards (conservation), and accreditation with National Governing body awards (BCU, MLTB, RYA, Archery GB).
Located on the Isle of Cumbrae, Firth of Clyde the field study centre has a rich history as a marine research station. Now its purpose-built accommodation and teaching spaces have been created to provide an excellent range of courses for school groups.
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