A typical residential day

See below for an example of a typical residential day at Everdon Outdoor Learning Centre.​These are just a suggestion of the activities which your children could be involved in. We tailor make the programme to suit your needs from a wide range of activities.

 

A typical residential day at Everdon

Morning

• Wake up about 7am
• Have a cooked breakfast and help clear away
• Children pack their lunches (made for them) into their rucksacks and then kit out for day

Morning

Day activities: Option one

  • Walk to across country to Fawsley following maps and directions
  • Take part in orienteering, bird watching and an historical church study as a ‘round robin’ of activities
  • Minibus back to the Centre
Day activities: Option one

Daytime activities: Option two

  • Minibus to Mantles Heath, large shelter building from natural materials, lunch in woods
  • Walk back to Centre using maps and ‘treasure hunt’ clue sheet
  • Light a camp fire in the centre garden and cook marshmallows. Try using fire steels to light a fire
Daytime activities: Option two

Dinner time

​• Set the tables for dinner
• All staff and children have a cooked two course dinner at 5pm

Evening activities

​Evening activities led by school staff. An evening circular walk, with map and directions, is available as are lots of games, a library of children’s books or perhaps have your own talent show.

We have a small souvenir shop which the school staff can run for the children, £3.00 is more than enough

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