Our primary programmes are
designed to complement your work in school and offer valuable extra-curricular experiences. Flexible activities mean that each session can suit any age and ability; suitable as an introduction to a new subject or a practical opportunity to develop understanding.
This programme provides children with the opportunity to discover more about minibeasts and learn the important roles they play within their habitat. We’ll search for freshwater minibeasts in the loch and rummage through the undergrowth for terrestrial species too. Along the way we'll play exciting games and even build a bug hotel to take back to school, so come along and see what you can discover in miniature!
Wild about Bushcraft
Join us in exploring the ancient art of bushcraft whilst developing some 'Bear Grylls' style survival skills along the way. On this journey we will put ourselves in the mind of the bronze age people who used to live out in the wilderness. You will discover how to build your own shelter, learn how to create your own campfire and put your culinary skills to the test to see how tasty you can make bannock bread!
'X' marks the Spot
Mapwork has never been so much fun! In this active and engaging programme, you can learn some Ordnance Survey map symbols and use them to crack a code; climb to the top of our tree-top hide and look out over the land from a bird's eye view; and draw your own map to guide your friends to the hidden treasure. Then test your new map-reading skills on our private estate with our own purpose-built orienteering course.