All pupils wait expectantly for the school trip, as it’s a time to enjoy and make memories with their friends and teachers and gain valuable lifelong learning skills.
This year don’t just follow the regular trend; instead, take your pupils on real adventures using the natural playground that the Snowdonia National Park and surrounding areas have to offer, in this adventurous part of the UK. Come and join us at Arete.
Arete Outdoor Centre offers a high-quality outdoor learning experience for all age groups. Our location is ideal being close to the coastline of Anglesey, mountains of Snowdonia and the many rivers and lakes around for adventurous outdoor activities UK.
Chance to overcome your fears:
North Wales is a perfect location in the UK for children to face their fears, and take on new challenges and experiences whilst participating in adventurous activities. Outdoor activities are full of action and thrill for the pupils. They have the
opportunity to noticeably gain confidence through facing their fears of water, height or new environments. The pupils can overcome their fears through the group members supporting each other and encouragement from our experienced and highly qualified instructors. We make sure we choose our adventures so they are challenging, but all the participants have the ability to succeed. National research reveals after activities 84% of children felt that they were capable of doing new things when they tried.
Comfortable accommodation with personal space for everyone:
Comfort and personal space is a must during the residential trip to enjoy the time at its fullest and to make memories to cherish throughout life. You can hire dormitory-style bedrooms for exclusive
use and accommodate 10 to 100 pupils.
your mind for better mental health:
Mental health is an important issue for today’s young people, where outdoor activities in the UK can immeasurably help to de-stress minds thereby improving mental wellbeing. Spending time in the outdoors itself makes you feel happy and refresh with 79% of children reported feeling more confident in themselves. Experiencing water and land activities in the natural environment help the children to test their limit and learn new skills.
Studies say that outdoor activities help strengthen the relationships between pupils and teachers alike with 81% agreeing that they had better relationships with their teachers and 79% reported better relationships with their
class-mates after an outdoor experience. Facing challenges together helps not just enhancing the bond but to develop the ability to make decision among individuals, handle pressure and to stay
calm during difficulties.
Do not hesitate in trying outdoor activities with your school.