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Children are never too young to connect with nature and learn in the great outdoors.  We offer half day and day visits for pupils from Foundation Stage up.  Get in touch to see how our fully qualified and highly experienced Outdoor Instructors can work alongside your teaching and learning staff to bring learning to life.  We’re very creative and flexible, and can match our 20+ land and water-based activities to themes and schemes of work.

Primary school trips with curriculum links

Our Primary school provision has direct links with the new Primary curriculum so children can continue their learning from school, into the outdoors.  View our electronic brochure of outdoor adventurous activities with sample activity days by clicking below (or contact us for a brochure by post):


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Day visits and half day trips for FS and KS1

Day visits and half day trips for KS2


Gallery of KS2 activities for day visits (Raft-Building and Tree Climb)

Our engaging outdoor adventurous activities for KS2 pupils includes elements of the new 2014 Primary curriculum including art, science, geography and maths as well as physical challenge directly related to PE.   Please click on a photo  below to view a slide-show of ‘Tree Climb’ and ‘Raft-building’, both can be combined for a day visit ideal for Years 5 and 6 or as part of a 1, 2 or 4 night residential.

Testimonials for 2014 Primary provision at the Anderton Centre

“I enjoyed making bread and the canoeing.  I had a really fun day out.  It was one of the best trips I’ve been on”.
James (age 9); Anderton Primary School, Chorley 

“I liked the bread making because it was outside and we didn’t make savoury bread because we added chocolate chips and we baked it on a fire!  Thank you for making the experience fun!”
Eleanor (age 10); Anderton Primary School, Chorley  

“The Stone Age Experience was fantastic!  We had a wonderful day and the children loved it.  Instructors James and Danny were excellent and had a great rapport with the children (the Flamingoes and Flintstones!).  Thank you all so much and we hope to return in the future.”  
KS2 staff and children; Thomasson Memorial School for the Deaf, Bolton



Our woodland site with exclusive access to lower Rivington reservoir is an ideal location trip for Primary schools residentials without having to travel all the way to the Lakes.  Click here for more on our 1, 2 and 4 night residentials.

Daring day trips for Primary schools in Rivington, raft-building for Year 5s and Year 6s