Hereford School Trip

School Trips for all Seasons

Every visit to Longtown Outdoor Learning Centre is unique, and we will tailor your visit to match your desired outcomes and objectives. Let us know what you hope to achieve from your programme and we will work with you to plan a visit that is perfect for your needs.

Day Trips

Following a challenging year, Children need more than ever to have the opportunity to explore, socialise and have fun! A day trip to the Centre includes 5 full hours of exciting, challenging activities with flexible timings to suit your group.

Residentials

Our residential programmes provide children and young people with valuable new skills and learning experiences. Choose from 2 - 5 day stays with a fun action packed activity programme. All our courses aim to promote resilience, self-confidence, consideration for others, caring for the environment and the benefits of an active outdoor lifestyle.

Accommodation options

Our flexible accommodation can be interconnecting or booked seperatly meaning we are able to accommodate large school groups up to 70 or two smaller groups.  During the warmer months our base camp village can sleep a further 50 people. 

The Old House

Longtown House

The Monnow Wing

Base Camp Village

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Financial Assistance

Northamptonshire Children & Families

Bursaries are on offer from the Wilson Foundation for young people from the county of Northamptonshire.   Awards of up to 40% of the Longtown course fee (excluding any additional costs such as coach transport) may be given to young people in financial need. 

 

How do I apply for the Wilson Bursary?

Discuss the bursary criteria with the school’s Visit Leader. They will be able to inform you whether your child meets the criteria or not.  If you meet the criteria, complete the Wilson Bursary application form (PDF 157KB) and submit it to your school.  Your application form will be sent to us for consideration.  We will inform your child’s school of the outcome.

The Longtown Bursary for other counties

The centre has a limited fund to help children who come to the centre from outside of Northamptonshire. This fund is for residential courses, and the maximum award that can be​​ made is 30% of the Longtown Course fee.

How do I apply for the Longtown Bursary?

Discuss the bursary criteria with the school’s Visit Leader. They will be able to inform you whether your child meets the criteria or not.  If you meet the criteria, complete the Longtown Bursary application form (PDF 160KB) and submit it to your school.  Your application form will be sent to us for consideration.  We will inform your child’s school of the outcome.