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We offer fun, educational bushcraft experiences that are engaging and interactive. Whether you are looking for team building or sessions linked to the curriculum we will develop a bespoke programme based on your aims. We offer visits to schools or you can travel to one of our locations for day trips or overnight camps.

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We travel to your school so you don't have to!  Whether it’s a link with the curriculum such as the Stone Age, explorers or a team building session, we will put together an event that will be engaging and involve your children in hands on learning.  

"The days at our school exceeded expectations. The children were thoroughly engaged and loved the practical aspects, they have already been requesting a return visit! The children remained enthusiastic as they were not too tired from travelling to another location.  This should be an established part of the curriculum", Celia Pelly , St Clement and St James C of E Primary School

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If you would like to travel away from school we will help find the best location for your event. The sessions will be carefully structured, whether for team building or links with the curriculum. 

"The feedback from the children was very positive.   They felt they had a fun day with fun and learning about map reading. I thought there was a good balance of work and learning and breathing time for the children",

Dorothea Van Breda, St Michael Steiner School. 

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London Bushcraft will help create a fun school camp for your students while learning about nature and survival skills.


" The students thoroughly enjoyed themselves. The two days met our expectations as the children took a lot in and had a lot of fun in the process. I particularly enjoyed watching the children during their final group challenges, they had built up enough confidence in themselves to take control of the situation and use their new found skills. I would recommend London Bushcraft to other schools", Tom Telford, St Dunstans

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