Forest School & Activity Club
At Betteshanger Park we run exciting and engaging holiday clubs for ages 5 – 14. Wild Ones Forest School caters for children from 5yrs – 11yrs, our Activity Club caters for children ages 9yrs – 14yrs.
Each Week throughout the school holidays children can enjoy an exciting range of activities, to cater for a variety of interests.
We encourage children to try something new! Children can enjoy a range of activities, new games, learn new skills, messy play, build confidence and make new friends.
What to expect
All our sessions are supervised by our DBS-checked leaders . They’re skilled professionals in coaching and teaching, as well as being fully first aid trained. You can relax in the knowledge that your children are in safe hands.
- Social interaction with friends old and new in a safe place
- Experience a range of sports or active play
- Enhanced wellbeing, our activities help to reduce stress and anxiety
- Keep active with a range of activities
- Build confidence and self-esteem through learning new skills or building on existing skills
- Spending the day outside in our beautiful country park
Summer Activity Club
Your child will get stuck into a range of activities from getting muddy on our Mountain Bike trails, going for gold at Archery, Climbing and crawling at the obstacle course and Taking aim at Battlezone Archery.
All activities will include group games while enjoining the great outdoors and getting away from their screens.
Our experienced leaders will ensure your child enjoys their day, learns new skills and makes memories!
Wild Ones Forest School Club
The Forest School experience at Betteshanger gets children outside and into nature, giving them the freedom to explore for themselves, developing self-confidence, self-esteem, language, understanding, confidence and a whole host of other skills that they can take all the way through their lives.
The Forest School site provides a safe and secure space for the children to explore for themselves. Groups experience nature at first hand through a series of engaging and achievable tasks, this could involve lighting fires, using tools, building dens and making crafts from natural materials.
If you’re looking to try archery for the first time or if you fancy testing your knowledge Betteshanger Park has got you covered.
Betteshanger Arrows is an introduction to the basics of archery.
By the end of the session, we aim to have you confidently holding a bow and ‘loose’ arrows independently at our targets.
Games will be used to reinforce gained knowledge and test your newly learnt skills!
£15 Per Person. 45 minute session (strictly ages 7+)
All paying children must be accompanied by a paying adult
Geocaching – The Queen’s Corgi Edition
Oh no! The Queen has lost her corgis, can you help her?
Use your mobile device with the ‘What 3 Words’ App to navigate around the park and find the corgis!
When you find them, write down the names on their collars in the boxes on your geocaching sheet (issued when you check in)
Once you have found all 3 corgis, come back to us to claim your prize!
Remember the Queen’s corgis love to hide so make sure you look all around to find them! Good Luck!
This half term explore our beautiful park and head off the normal tracks in search of our hidden control points and if you’re feeling energetic you can run the course! – Simply pick up your your orienteering sheet for £2.00 at Bike Hire and head off!