is our passion
Seeing children experience the thrill and excitement of achieving something new on our school activity trips gives us a feeling of immense pride. That’s why we do what we do.
All of our activities follow our core values and we aim to instil life long learning in to every single visit.
We have designed our outdoor sessions with young children in mind giving them an experience they will enjoy whilst building friendships which will last a lifetime. Tailor made primary school residential trips are our speciality and we want students to have the best visit they can, as well as developing personal and social skills.
We believe that learning is most effective when it’s fun and outdoors. Offering adventurous outdoor activities in a safe environment encourages self-confidence, resilience, motivation, communication and leadership.
Tailor Made Courses
We will design a course which enables all ages and all abilities to take part and leave with a sense of achievement under the guidance of our experienced instructors. Combine our planned activities with your learning outcomes in the great outdoors. Simply ask our team about incorporating your specific outcomes into our activities during your stay. From exciting STEM activities to tree top adventures swinging through the trees, every trip is a memory you won’t forget.
Outdoor residentials are is not just for primary schools. We can help you to make a difference to your secondary schools students’ lives. We can develop activities for your group to build confidence and teamwork amongst your new Year 7’s who will start the new school year as strangers but will leave our centre as close friends.
Taking the students outside the classroom will inspire them to support each other and work harder, which will in turn see them develop long term friendships. Above all, they will start to look at things in a whole new way. Make your secondary schools residential at Boundless Outdoors more than just another school trip!
GCSE & A-level
Duke of Edinburgh Awards
Bronze and Silver
With our two centres based in the heart of the Worcestershire countryside our campsites are the ideal base for a Bronze and Silver Expedition. Take a look a local Ordnance Survey maps and you will see that the Malvern, Clent and Waseley Hills are the ideal location to practice and perfect map reading and navigation skills required to complete the Expedition element of the Duke of Edinburgh programmes.
You could run the practice expeditions at one centre and the qualifying expedition at the other centre. Both campsites offer an indoor space and toilet/kitchen facilities for students and staff
Duke of Edinburgh Gold
With easy access to a multitude of activities suitable for the Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award we have a programme designed specifically for the residential section of the programme. These include ropes courses team building challenges and the use of a local water sports venue. Do you want to try some new and challenging outdoor activities? Come and experience activities such as hill navigation, rock climbing, abseiling, zip wire, low ropes, high-level ropes, poles course, orienteering team challenges and a river trip.
We offer comfortable accommodation in the fully equipped Malvern chalet. You will be responsible for preparing your menus and cooking the food too. The price includes all the activities and associated kit, accommodation and budget for food.
Full adventurous activity programmed.
£225 per person
National Citizenship Service
We welcome groups for Phase 1 (the adventure week) of the three week NCS programme. Staying with us for 5 days, taking on adrenaline filled activities like climbing, canoeing, archery, orienteering and watersports. In the first 5 days of the programme, you will mix with new people, getting to know your team and mentors, take on new adventures, share in your team’s successes and support each other in every challenge.