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We are super excited to announce our new school outdoor activity sessions. BEE Adventures believes in bringing outdoor accessibility to all!


We understand educational trusts have limited budgets on adventures away from school and we understand the cost involved in transportation and residential trips, so we've developed specific sessions that can be delivered on the school grounds. What's more, we've developed these sessions to link in with the curriculum for Key Stage 2 & 3, school years 5,6,7 & 8. Ages 8-14 years old.


*Sessions can be adapted for special educational needs.

Kids Playing Outside


We all learn in different ways, sometimes the classroom is not always the best setting for individuals, speaking from experience the things I remember from school were all practical. By blending the curriculum with outdoor education we can extend our reach for teaching. The sessions we deliver are not only for the students but also for the teachers to continue delivering our sessions year after year. The sessions come with full session plans, teaching goals, and risk assessments. 

  • Navigation (Compass + Maps)

  • Camp Craft (Shelter building)

  • Team Building (Outdoor wide games)

  • Wild Survival (Fire starting + SOS)

Children Playing in Park
Children Running
  • Orienteering (Grid references + Games)

  • Environmental Awareness (Nature + Animals)

  • Outdoor Health and Fitness (Wide Games)

  • Conservation (Bug houses + Tree Planting)


BEE Adventures wants to give children the opportunity to make a positive impact on themselves and their community. We believe giving children recognition and rewarding them for problem-solving, teamwork, building self-confidence, and well-being can drastically improve their lives. That why we have proudly teamed up with the charity FOTA who supports disadvantaged young people to achieve the Duke of Edinburgh Award and JASS (Junior Award Scheme for Schools). 

This collaboration means we are now the proud exclusive distributor of the Junior Award Scheme for Schools in North Lancashire and South Cumbria.

JASS is a fully inclusive, holistic, progressive learning accredited award scheme for young people aged 5 – 14 years. It develops interpersonal skills: communication, problem-solving, and teamwork: and builds self-confidence and a sense of well-being. JASS has been designed to recognise wider achievement.

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Click the button below to learn more and how your school can get involved in JASS accreditation.


We set our prices per session, each session is roughly 2 hours long. The prices cover the instructor's wage, session plans, teacher training material, and equipment. Max 30 pupils per session. Sessions may also be split between classes. We also offer bespoke pricing for multiple session plans so please contact us.


JASS packs not included in the session price, click here for more information on JASS.

£70 x 1 Session (2 hours)

£125 Half Day (2 Sessions)

£240 Full Day (4 Sessions)

Children in Nature

BEE Adventures is a non-for-profit company, we re-cycle profits back into the community, one of the ways we do this is by providing outdoor activity sessions free for schools who cannot afford to participate, but believe their students would greatly benefit from this. We also work with local businesses to assist in providing funding for such schools. Please contact us for more information on how your school can apply for free sessions.

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