We do provide solution focused adventure therapy to young people and families through junior and youth camps, residential adventure and tours around UK and abroad.
The company through adventures develops ways to support young people and families get out of their usual environment and through challenging and fun activities to enhance personal development, social skills, learning and reflection so as to associate better in the community and get ready for employment. This has helped young people to redirect their energies to positive thinking, build self-confidence and open avenues for their creativity.
Our Adventure programmes include outdoor activities such as archery, canoeing, kayaking, climbing, fencing, circus skills, bush craft, biking, team games and many more; and we firmly believe everyone can take part in any of the activities we offer. We work closely with families and referring organisations, customising our programmes to ensure the best possible outcome for the young people.
• Weekly Alternative Education Days during school time, providing educational, outdoor activities for children struggling in school. These can incorporate life skills courses.
• Activity Days/Weeks during school term, weekends and holidays, for specialist schools and groups.
• Regular Training/Discovery Programmes offering recognised qualifications in outdoor activities for young people excluded or at risk of exclusion from school, or from Educational Referral Units.
• Specialised Award Scheme courses for young people with additional needs offering a range of skills and experiences and a recognised Achievement Award.
• Residential Programmes at one of our Associate Centres or an alternative venue of your choice. Activities could include night hikes, canoe expeditions, rafting, orienteering and many others; and can also incorporate ASDAN and BTEC courses.
• Inclusion in Adventure Plus Activity Club, every Tuesday night during school term.
• Inclusion on Total Adventure holidays during the summer and Easter school holidays.
A brief evaluation of the desired outcomes is carried out at the beginning and end of each programme by referrers, teachers, parents and the young people and feedback is provided.