Our Bushcraft & Survival Day has been developed to allow students in upper KS2, Ks3, KS4 and Ks5 to take part in a varied collection of activities based around different skills that may be useful if stranded in a survival situation.
Generally setup on the school field schools can choose from 10 different activities that will require students to learn new concepts and techniques that they will then put into practice during the hands on activities. From fire lighting to navigation techniques, water filtration to shelter building. The activities allow the students to work in groups encouraging problem solving, communication, planning and working together to be a big part of their day, as it would be in a real survival situation.
Working in groups of approx 15, or half a class, the bushcraft and survival theme allows students to get an insight into the world of bushcraft and survival that has grown in popularity in recent years.
If you are interested in running a bushcraft and survival day and how we would fit it into your school day then please do get in contact.