Looking for an easy sleepover or residential package? We have lots of packages available now from a simple 24 hour sleepover through to a full week-long camp. These packages include everything: Programme, tented or lodge accommodation, and catering.
On arrival you are welcomed by your group leader for the weekend. They will be your main point of contact and they will work with you to ensure your stay is smooth. They will be on hand to add filler games when needed or to leave your group to have some free time to visit the shop perhaps.
If you are in lodge accommodation or our tented village, hammock camp or our basic camping you’ll have tea and coffee making facilities for the leaders available. Meals will be served in the Cal Day Cafeteria at camp centre. On the first day of your booking you will need to bring a packed lunch with you as the first meal that we provide as part of the package is the evening meal (unless you arrive in the evening in which case the first meal will be breakfast on the following day). Extra meals can be purchased as required, and the prices are available on our current price list.
Our Guest Services Team will work with you prior to your visit to plan your activity programme.
Just turn up with your own personal kit and start your camp and at the end of your camp, simply pack your own personal kit and go home, no washing up, no lodge to clean, no tents to dry or equipment to take back. Simple and easy. Please note that bedding is not provided, although it can be hired at an additional fee.
We also run a number of fixed price activity days. Each day consists of three or four activities per participant depending on the amount of time you plan to spend on-site. The choice of activities includes any from our full list plus a few others outlined below. We also include, where available, somewhere to leave bags during the day and to sit and eat your own packed lunch. Prices for activity days are on the Bookings and Prices page.
Alternative activity days and residentials include (click for further information):
Revision weekends help keep students focused and engaged on their work. There are also lots of opportunities to take part in adventurous activities over the weekend.
We can set your accommodation building up as a classroom as well as ensuring your young people are entertained in the evenings. We will design the programme to enable the young people to focus on their studies with you and then ‘get outside’ and do something physically challenging.
View a sample programme for a KS4 revision residential here.
Aim: To provide pupils an opportunity to participate in activities that Stone and Iron age people would be familiar with, and to consolidate classroom learning.
With an option visit to an Iron Age Hill Fort adjacent to the centre, pupils are instructed in Archery, Fire Lighting & Shelter Building.
Aim: To support students new to the Secondary School environment; and to focus on the behaviours necessary to maximise opportunities at school and in their wider community.
Aim: To support pupils through the transition from Primary to Secondary School; and to focus on the behaviours necessary to maximise opportunities at school and in their wider community.
Aim: A low cost way to foster better relationships and engage with learning during the build up to Christmas. An option to extend your visit is available.
Arrive after school on day 1 leave after lunch on day 2.
Includes a Christmas campfire, Christmas dinner, accommodation for 1 night, breakfast and lunch on day 2, a visit to Santa and a mix of indoor and outdoor, exciting and engaging activities