Kingham Hill School, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, OX7 6TH

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01865 800278

(Camp Manager Number)

Please note: you cannot make or manage bookings on this number, for any such queries please contact Head Office.

Specific Camp Features

  • Ages 6-14
  • 09:00 – 17:00
  • Large Woodland
  • Archery
  • Rock Climbing
  • Off Site Day-Hikes

Please note: that not all facilities are available at every Adventure Camp

Please check the Parent Info page for more information about Active Adventure 

Ofsted registered: 2527030

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Active Adventure and Kingham Hill School

Kingham Hill is beautifully situated in the heart of the rural Cotswold landscape, between Oxford, Cheltenham and Stratford-Upon-Avon. The school is surrounded by idyllic rolling countryside in a stunning 100-acre estate surrounded by our own private woodland, where children have a safe place to explore the natural environment. The views in every direction are wonderful as the school is set within England’s largest Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Your children will get a real sense of the great outdoors through a series of  bush-craft, outdoor survival, and adventurous outdoor activities, all designed to increase confidence, boost independence, and build teamwork skills. The camp is predominantly outdoors, come rain or shine, however we do have access to the schools brand new indoor rock climbing facility, swimming pool, as well as other indoor space for wet weather days.  Yet we often opt to operate under canvas or even a makeshift shelter built from logs, moss, and anything else nature can provide, to give a truly authentic outdoor experience.

Dates: 6th – 9th April, 2021

Drop Off – 9:00am         Pick Up – 5:00pm       (Mon – Fri)

Price: £31.00 per/day

Activities at Kingham Hill

Active Adventure aims to encourage and inspire young people through a diverse range of adventurous outdoor activities.  At Kingham Hill School we have developed a broad range of fun, creative, and varied activities, utilizing the spectacular natural environment.

These include; day walks, archery, shelter building, fire lighting, survival skills, orienteering, wood carving, slacklining, swimming, nature art projects, indoor rock climbing, bird watching, first aid, mini beast hunts, geocaching, team building games, target shooting, charlotte’s web, survival brackets, nordic braiding, just to name a few.

Equipment List for Camp

To give you an idea of what to bring we have put together a kit list that your child/children need to bring with them for their autumn/winter camp.

  • Waterproof clothing  (every day no matter what the weather)
  • Warm Jumper and Pants (and spare extras if it’s cold and wet)
  • Suitable Footwear for running around (boots for day walks, and wellingtons in the wet)
  • Indoor Footwear for Rock Climbing
  • Packed lunch with snacks (no food provided)
  • Water bottle (can refill throughout the day)
  • Warm Hat + Gloves
  • Personal Medication

More information for this specific site can be found in the Kingham Hill School Pre-Arrival Booklet

 Please note:
We ask you to bring these things for the well-being of your child/children just in case we encounter different types of weather. The packed lunch and drinks are essential and your child will not be accepted without one as we cannot provide any food.

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