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Outdoor Learning

For schools & youth organisations

HBA Outdoors can provide a range of activities to inspire  participants to learn more about the natural world and appreciate its wonders. These can take place in school playgrounds or, even better, in a local woodland.

Sessions can be a one-off visit or part of a regular programme. There are multiple awards such as the John Muir Award, Scottish Junior Forester Award and RSPB Wild Challenge Award that can be achieved through regular sessions.

There's no limit to group size but your regular ratios should still be maintained. Any number of groups can be accommodated within the half/full day but a minimum of 1 hour per group is recommended.

September Special:
Half Day £100
Full Day £140

Half Day £170
Full Day £200

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Pupil making a raft during an outdoor learning session
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Popular Activities


Tree identification, their biology and leaf art.


Identification and their anatomy using various sampling methods.

Literacy & Numeracy

Using the natural world to bring literacy & numeracy to life.

Animal Tracks & Signs

Skulls, feeding signs, prints & tracks.

Shelters & Hammocks

A firm favourite which encourages design, teamwork and creativity.

Tool Use

Using saws, knives and drills to create decorative and functional pieces.

Additional Activites Include
- Natural Art

- Stories in the Tepee

- Outdoor Science

- Fire Skills
- Outdoor Cooking

- Music from Nature

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