Kids in nature
Easter Holidays 10-14th April
Daily camp 9-15:30
Easter term will never be the same again. rewild your kids and let them find their inner cave person!
Our daily Kids camp will be full of fun and exciting activities that you children will enjoy.
The Kids sessions are a mix of Stone Age activities, bushcraft and inbetween the activities we will have lots of woodland games!
Give your children the chance to run wild and be free in our woodlands supervised by our amazing team! They will teach your kids how to make fires, build dens, carve pointy sticks and cook on an open fire.
There will be lots of memories and friends to be made. Making this camp one for your diary!
For kids aged 7-12
Price £30 Daily
we do offer a sibling discount £10 off
SAVE EVEN MORE!! Book all 5 daysfor £130
Rewild your kids and let them find their inner cave person!
- Fire making
- Throwing arrows
- Shelter building
- Cooking on the fire -breads and poppity pings
- Cave art and natural paints
- Wilderness 1st aid and survival challenge
- Cooking bread
- Stone tool making
- Fat lamps and torches
- Bows and arrow making
Each day will have lots of games and any reapeated actvitiy will be a variation from the last one.
DAY ACTIVITIES SAMPLE
- Fire lighting – Experimenting with various tinder’s and ignitions, gather materials to create fire
- Knife safety – Learning safe cutting techniques
- Carving – Creating butter knives and tent pegs to hone your skills
- Tarpology – Experimenting with various techniques and layouts to put up a shelter
- Natural shelter making – Make a shelter out of the materials nature provides to create a weatherproof dwelling
- Foraging – discover natures larder making teas and basic salads with edible greens and flowers (seasonal)
- Cooking bread – Experiment with different ingredients to create bannock breads and loafs on the fire
- Cordage making – Use various fibres to create string and cords
- Camouflage and concealment – Use natural and non natural methods to camouflage
- Wilderness 1st aid – Learn basic 1st aid for the wilderness
- Tracking – Follow, track and begin to understand the movements of the animals in the woods
- Water collection and purification – Collect water, understand the importance of water within the body, the dangers and methods of purifying
- Pot hanger making – Using simple cutting techniques to harvest wood to create pot hangers for hanging billy cans
- Natural navigation – Understanding simple natural navigation techniques, make a tree into a compass
- Cooking without pots and pans – Experiment with some creative methods of cooking without pots and pans on the fire
- Wilderness games