Why Study Outdoor Education?

Outdoor Education creates a great opportunity to undertake new experiences, be physically active and work as a team.

Pupil Voice

“It’s fun to get outdoors with some amazing Outdoor Education staff.”

“It’s great exercise for people who don’t have access normally.”

Who teaches it?

Ashlee Whale teaches Outdoor Education.

How is it taught?

You will have one full day of Outdoor Education a week.

What do we learn?

  • A range of outdoor activities such as climbing, kayaking, mountain biking and adventure trips.
  • Visit a wide range of outdoor activity providers and sports facilities.
  • Take part in team sports.

Where could it lead?

Outdoor Education is widely recognised by employers as a great way for an individual to develop personal resilience, initiative and independence. It is particularly welcomed by the public services.