Bushcraft for primary children

Duration
Full day & 1/2 day

Find out what it is like to live in the outdoors. Experience nature first hand. Work with your friends to build yourself a shelter. Once you are safe think about keeping warm, can you light a fire? Have a go, learn the basic skills. Find the right materials, put it together to make a fire and light it with a spark. Use your fire to make a hot drink then sit in your shelter and think this is how people lived for thousands of years.

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Bushcraft for secondary

Duration
Full day & 1/2 day

Develop your skills, can you survive in the outdoors. Learn how to build a variety of shelters, maybe even spend a night out and put it to the test. Learn to light your own fire and use it to keep warm. Purify some water to make a safe drink, you may even get to cook a meal over the hot coals.

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Bushcraft for post 16

Duration
Full day & 1/2 day

Bushcraft is a term that is often used to describe the skills and knowledge needed to survive and be comfortable in the outdoors; often drawing on the natural resources found in the environment. Our bushcraft activities cover a range of skills including fire lighting with sparks, cooking on an open fire, shelter building, plant identification and uses, finding and purifying water and much more. We as human beings have a close link to the natural world.  Bushcraft has a universal connection with people of all ages, at any stage in life, from primary to pensioner. Being in a natural environment allows learners to venture out and explore the world around them. Bushcraft allows us to reach beyond our own expectations, and challenges our views of the world.

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