Holt Hall Environmental & Outdoor Learning Centre Norfolk
Kelling Road Holt Norfolk, , , NR25 7DU
MONTHS OPENJanuary, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
Listed under: Day Trip Destinations | Wildlife and Nature Reserves | Team Building | Technology | Personal Development-Mentoring | Outdoor Education | Historical Heritage | Ecology & Green Awareness | Field Studies | Environment Centres | Ecological Recycle & Waste Centres | Science | PSHE | Mathematics | History | Geography | Environmental Studies | Citizenship
What we offer on a school trip
Set in 75 acres of woodland, lakes, fields, lawns and gardens it offers a brief refuge from the hurly burly of modern life and provides opportunities to become engrossed in learning outside the classroom, develop new skills and interests and make new friends.
Our cost effective programmes can be tailored to your school's improvement and development priorities, while meeting the needs of the individual. In-depth, enquiry-based environmental, scientific and geographical studies can be linked with team-building sessions or innovative activities that focus on literacy or numeracy through the outdoors. We specialise in creating a bespoke package to meet your needs.
Being located only a few miles from stunning coastal landscapes and with access to a complete river from source to mouth, all within a few miles drive, Holt Hall is the ideal base for Key Stage 2, 3, 4 or 'A' Level day courses. Specialist, experienced staff, combined with high quality materials and resources means that a day course at any time of year is guaranteed to bring geography or science lessons to life.
Our large, secure and secluded campsite is located within the grounds of the Hall. Enjoy evenings around the campfire sharing stories, music and song, or even just toasting marshmallows! Activities can be self-led or bought in*
Three day Adventure Camps
Suitable for KS2 / lower KS3 (year 7). In this cross-curricular programme, children learn how to pitch tents, forage for wild food, make and cook on a campfire, whittle sticks, build shelters, navigate through the woods, create masterpieces of environmental art and discover more about the nocturnal creatures that live in the Hall grounds. Through these exciting activities, children reconnect with the natural world, develop team-working and leadership skills whilst developing self-confidence and independence.