School trip to Boundless Outdoors
At Boundless Outdoors they hold outdoor learning at the core of everything they do. Their team of highly qualified instructors design courses to suit your groups ages and abilities to ensure that everyone has the best time!
With two centres in Worcestershire, they offer a full range of exciting outdoor adventures for all age groups as day visits, residentials or training courses. Both centres are within easy access of the M5 with Bell Heath just 20 minutes from Birmingham and Malvern in the south of the county offering outdoor learning across the whole of the West Midlands.
Malvern has 3 separate accommodation blocks and Bell Heath is available on a sole occupancy basis so your group does not share facilities with other groups during your stay. They can design courses to suit specific needs, and offer a full menu of freshly prepared, homemade meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner to suit even the fussiest of eaters.
Courses can be created in line with the national curriculum so that you can bring your young people away from school, challenge them and test their abilities to enable them to grow and develop new friendships, self-esteem and confidence, whilst making memories to last a lifetime.
Residential trips designed for primary schools
Activities include watersports (canoeing, kayaking, raft building, coracle building), high ropes, zip wire, climbing and abseiling, low ropes, blindfold led nightline course, crate stack challenge, tunnels, hill walking on the Malvern, Clent and Waseley Hills, orienteering and mapwork, archery and target practice, bushcraft and survival skills, camping, problem solving and teambuilding sessions.
Please speak to to them if your group has specific needs and they can work with you to create a trip to suit everyone.
Malvern, their flagship centre, is based in the south of the county of Worcestershire, in a town well known for its natural spring water cure back in Victorian times. Situated just 35 minutes from M5 Junction 7 and near to the Three Counties Showground at the foot of the Malvern Hills. With 3 accommodation blocks, a small campsite, self-catered wooden chalet (available for private hire) and suitable for wheelchair users, Malvern has patchy phone signal and wifi with plenty of parking. Located in 9 acres of woodland in an area of scientific interest, the centre has operated as an outdoor education centre for over 40 years.
Bell Heath, their newest centre, was built in 1970’s for the children of Birmingham to escape the city. Recently renovated to an incredibly high standard, it can sleep around 85 people with a large campsite and bell tents to accommodate another 90 people. There is also a 3 bedroom cottage with wood-fired hot tub which sleeps 6-8 people. Plenty of parking space and its own 20m pond for watersports and pond dipping sessions.
All student rooms are dorm style with bunkbeds. Staff rooms are twin beds, some with ensuite, all with separate bathrooms to the students. Staff have access to the chill out rooms with TV and board games. Malvern has a bowling alley and games room. Classrooms are available at both centres. Both centres have a souvenir shop for visitors to spend their pocket money. Waterproof suits can be made available during cold wet periods. Climbing equipment, helmets, harnesses and watersports equipment etc are provided. They do have a small stock of walking boots if required.