The Duke of Edinburgh scheme is a fantastic opportunity for young people to engage in life skills, push the boundaries and experience opportunities that they would never have dreamt of.
As a parent of twins I encouraged both Lily and … Read the rest
I’m writing this blog 5 weeks into the Coronavirus lockdown and it couldn’t be a more apt and relevant time to write about how being outdoors, walking and surrounded by nature can improve your mood, mental and physical wellbeing.
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We’ve had another 3 days of fun with Year 6 from Leicester High School for Girls. With the aim of allowing time for the girls to get to know each other, have fun, cement friendships and form new bonds, we … Read the rest
We were delighted to be invited to come and run a bushcraft afternoon for the Saxilby Brownies in Lincolnshire. Having set up, we were greeted by a joyful group of yellow and brown clad girls, swirling round the field full … Read the rest
Just as the children and grandchildren from Lyddington in Rutland were starting back at school after the long summer holiday, they gathered for a special bushcraft activity day on a wet and windy Saturday afternoon! Lyddington Parish Council, with money … Read the rest
Over 270km completed
4530m of incline
Many congratulations to the whole group – you were MAGNIFICENT!
In August this year we met a small group of cyclists, who had signed up to ride their road bikes from … Read the rest
A look back at last year’s DofE. We started with Beauchamp College’s Gold Practice in the Lake District last October and finished with Leicester High School’s Bronze Qualifier in the White Peaks this September. And in between we have taken … Read the rest
We’ve just returned from another Maths and Outdoor Activity Residential over February Half-Term. We were joined by 20 students, all studying Maths at A level. They came from all parts of the UK, from Devon to Manchester and Derbyshire to … Read the rest