We can confirm Active Adventure will be open at  Summer Fields School, Oxford, from 27th July – 28th August.

Booking available here.

Summer Fields School
Mayfield Road

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01865 800278

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

Camp Features

  • Ages 6-14
  • 8:30am – 6:30pm
  • £250 per week

Please note that due to COVID-19 this site will be running with reduced facilities and will not offer swimming pool access.

Please check the FAQ page for more information about Active Adventure

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Active Adventure Camps

Our children’s Active Adventure Camps are for children aged from 6  to 14 years and have a wide range of outdoor fun activities for kids to enjoy during the school holidays.

Summer Fields School is an independent preparatory day and boarding school for boys, set amongst 70 acres of outdoor space in the heart of Summertown. The Camp features a purposely designed forested learning area, access to the sports fields, and the river for water activities.

08:30 – 18:30 Mon – Fri

£250 a week

Open from 27th July – 28th August

Outdoor Activities at Summer Fields

Active Adventure would like to welcome you to the Modern Day Explorer’s Club!

This summers theme explores a range of iconic explores, whose exploits and stories provide us with rich lines of enquiry to explore and navigating the natural world around us.  From whittling a West African whistle during Mary Kingley’s Cultural Heritage day, to building a raft and setting sail as we explore the life of Jeanne Bàret, the first woman to sail around the world in 1766.  Each day is jam packed of fun outdoor activities, alongside a colorful tapestry of human history, and ways of engaging with the natural surroundings.

At Summer Field School we have developed a broad range of fun, creative, and varied activities which include; kayaking, archery, shelter building, raft building, fire lighting, survival skills, orienteering, wood carving, slacklining, target shooting, bird watching, nature art projects, sensory trail, outdoor first aid, mini beast hunts, geocaching, and team building games.

Sample Program

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What to Bring to Camp

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

  • Waterproof clothing – every day no matter what the weather
  • Wearing clothes that are suitable to get muddy/wet etc.
  • Change of clothes in the event they do.
  • Towel
  • Swimwear (wetsuits are provided, You are welcome to bring your own. You must have something to wear underneath e.g. rash vest and swim shorts. )
  • Walking boots/ Footwear with good ankle support
  • Packed lunch (no food provided by the Camp) and snacks
  • Large water bottle
  • Sun cream / hat

Preferably all in 1 bag that the child can carry with them (All labelled please!)

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 form of food.

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