Community Interest Company
Habitat & Bushcraft workshops
*PE and Sport Premium funded
Sculthorpe Moor day visit: £6.50 per pupil
Goldcrest Explorers: £95 per session per class (£150 for two classes, same day)
Goldcrest Day (stand alone sessions): from £160 per half day
Ultimate Adventure Camp - for upper KS2, 6pm - 3pm, our most immersive adventure experience!
Outstanding Outdoor Camp - for lower KS2 and upper KS1, 6pm - 9.15am, an ideal stepping-stone into the world of camping.
Incredible Indoor Camp - for KS1 and lower KS2, 6pm - 8.45am, a fantastic first residential experience to develop independence
From £8 per pupil, max 32 pupils per camp, double camps available for larger groups.
Great for upper KS2, 10.30am - 1.15pm on day 3, this two night camp in the beautiful grounds of Holt Hall is a fantastic low cost residential.
£95 per pupil, max 32 pupils per camp, double camps available for larger groups.
Nurture, SEMH and small group projects
Developing key life skills through projects to improve local biodiversity. Working with KS1, 2 or 3 pupils.
min 6 week "School Ranger" programme
weekily session with 8-10 pupils
focusing on wildlife, construction and natural arts and crafts
working in school grounds or local area
From £57 per pupil for 6 week programme
Goldcrest Outdoor Education C.I.C.
380B Unthank Road,
Company number: 8626868
Nige' and Em started Goldcrest Outdoor Education Community Interest Company in 2013 with the aim of reconnecting children with the natural world.
We have over 30 years' experience in teaching groups outdoors and are firm believers that Outdoor Learning improves pupil engagement and attainment.
We hold £5m public liability insurance, are first aid trained and have enhanced level DBS checks.
Owl pellet dissection
Trees and flowers
"A simply inspirational project that has created stunning memories and had a hugely positive impact on our most vulnerable
students in KS3."
Head of Nurture, Aylsham Eagles
Improving school grounds for wildlife & learning
Designed to support the science and design and technology curriculum, pupils help create Natural Learning Reserves and Outdoor Nurture Nooks in their school grounds. These projects can include:
creating wildlife ponds
planting mini wildflower meadows, native hedges and trees
building homes for invertebrates, birds, amphibians and mammals
establishing local variety heritage orchards
From approximately £2,000. Support with funding may be available.
"The programme was a huge success and developed children's social, communication, teamwork and valuable life skills."
Class teacher, Great Ellingham Primary School
"The camp was a fantastic learning experience for the children...providing opportunities to experience a very familiar environment in a totally different way."
Executive Deputy Head, Hockering C of E Primary Academy
Outdoor Learning training
This series of twilight sessions provides staff with the knowledge and confidence to run a variety of Outdoor Learning activities whilst developing key skills along the way. Contents covered includes:
risk benefit analysis
curriculum linked activity ideas
group management outdoors
practical skills development
school Outdoor Learning planning support
Get in touch for more details.