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Outdoor Academy offers a huge variety of school programmes which aim to raise the aspirations of children and young people.

Whether you choose to hold the activities onsite at your school or offsite at our centre in Berkshire, we have the perfect programme.

Take a look at what we offer…

What We Offer

  • Activity Day at your school

    The perfect activities delivered on your school playing field...

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  • Activity Day at our Centre

    A flexible day packed full of outdoor activities for your school group...

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  • Sports Enrichment

    Adventurous activities for your Sports Enrichment week...

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  • Residential Experiences

    Combine skill based learning with an overnight adventure…

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Each programme is suitable for primary, secondary and higher education schools, whether it’s booking our climbing wall for your Sports Day, joining us at our centre for an end of term reward or choosing a selection of activities for a team building day.  For the ultimate adventure, an overnight residential always proves popular, we will arrange the transport, activities, food and accommodation.

We have a wealth of experience in working within specialist education and strive to ensure that every child or young person has a positive, unique and memorable experience.

These are just some of the activities we offer:

  • Climbing Wall
  • Caving System
  • Archery & Aerial Archery
  • Laser Clay Pigeon Shooting
  • Mountain Biking & Rocker BMX
  • Bushcraft & Survival
  • Canoeing & Kayaking
  • Stand Up Paddle Boarding
  • Raft Building
  • Team Building Challenges

All of our staff are fully qualified, hold an Enhanced DBS Check and a current Outdoor First Aid Certificate.  We are regulated by the Adventurous Activities Licensing Authority (AALA) and hold £10million Public Liability Insurance.


“As ever, a brilliant experience for myself and for the children.  Your staff were highly motivated with the children on their level and encouraged the children that sometimes lack confidence to take part.”

Sarah King, Whitley Excellence Cluster