Bring your students for an outdoor team building experience like no other! Watch their confidence grow as they adventure through the tree-tops and bond with their peers!
Make more of your Go Ape trip and book one of our new and even wilder interactive workshops in our brand new Woodland Discovery Centre located just next to Go Ape!
Go Ape Tree Top Adventure offers pupils an hour of adventurous fun as they make their way through the woodland canopy negotiating crossings and completing obstacles.
You will find everything you need to know in your Go Ape Schools’ Pack which includes a variety of Key Stage 1 and 2 curriculum relevant learning resources to engage and enthuse your pupils before you visit.
Call 01372 631 464 to book your Go Ape trip.
*Valid Monday - Friday term-time only.
Go Ape can cater for up to 280 students and offers a fun-filled, confidence boosting experience for all. Minimum 1.4m height.
One teacher (18+) must participate for every 4 children under 13 years old.
One teacher (18+) can also supervise from the ground or up on the course for every 8 children aged 13-15 years old.
At our brand new Woodland Discovery Centre located just next to Go Ape, we have a selection of new and even wilder curriculum relevant interactive workshops for your pupils to enjoy. Come prepared to explore, as each workshop includes an outside activity in the surrounding woodland and an animal meet and greet!*
All Woodland Discovery Workshops are just £1.75 pp**. They last 50 minutes and are available at the following times: 10.15, 11.15, 13.00, 14.00. Our Woodland Discovery Centre can cater for groups of up to 30 pupils at any one time.
To book your school for a Woodland Discovery Workshop please call 0371 222 5105***. For further workshop enquiries or to discuss bespoke options please email firstname.lastname@example.org
*Subject to availability, cannot specify animal species.**Price excludes Theme Park entry***Calls to this number cost 13p per minute plus your providers access charge.
"Beautiful sensory experience which captivated our pupils..."
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