We have a fantastic range of activities that you can choose from for your activity programme, all of which link to the school curriculum.

Climbing – we have many different climbing challenges: Jacobs Ladder, Electron Ladder traversing wall and our exciting Wall Climbing

Crate Stacking – a climbing challenge which encourages teamwork as children work together to build a high tower to balance on

Bushcraft – amazing opportunity to use our woodland to learn about surviving in the outdoors – fire lighting, shelter building, cooking your own food

Cycling – using our amazing woodland paths, bumps and jumps, children and young people can learn to ride and also increase their own experience in the outdoor environment

Archery – learn to shoot like Robin Hood indoors in our climbing barn

Lineham Explorers – an environmental education based session with an in-depth look at the wildlife and animals that live around Lineham Farm. Activities can include pond-dipping, gardening sensory games, bird spotting, following tracks and trails and the opportunity to look after and interact with a number of different farm animals

Orienteering – children and young people get to ruin some energy off around the site against each other, learning about map reading and working together as a team

Country Trail – the country trail again looks at map reading, having fun in the countryside, country code, walking and wildlife spotting

Team Games – this is a great end to your time at Lineham and brings together all the skills the children and young people have learnt

Low Ropes – our fantastic low ropes course has twelve different activities and is designed again for team-work and listening skills. A really great activity to round your time off at Lineham

Nightline Challenge – our nightline challenge enables children to work together, using good communication and support skills, to complete an obstacle course while being blindfolded

Heartstart – a brilliant session for young people to get a certificate to show that they can remain calm, understand what to do and who to call in an emergency situation

Night Walk – very exciting start to your residential, the children and young people are taken on the night walk to start their week off in style through our woodland and around our fields – great for stargazing!

Self-led Campfire – sing some songs, cook some marshmallows, enjoy the great outdoors around the fire in our woodland area. Great for bringing the group together for some reflection and evaluation.