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School Visits

William’s Den makes the perfect day out for Schools and Groups. We offer many options from educational visits to play away days. Our activities naturally support topics in the National Curriculum and we hold the “Learning Outside the Classroom” Quality Badge (LOtC).

We lead activities in our natural setting at the foothills of the Yorkshire Wolds and we offer tailor-made activity days to key stages 1 and 2, we will provide activities and learning resources for your group or school.

Our sessions have more detailed lesson plans that accompany them. If you would like to see any session plans before you make your selection there are a variety of lesson plans for you to review below:

We aim to provide children not only with knowledge but also the key skills such as team work and problem solving.

For school visits info please email us at schools@williamsden.co.uk .

 

Group Visits

William’s Den welcomes organised groups and we are happy to help make any groups wishes come to life.

There are discounts available for groups of 15 or more, but they must be pre-booked in advance by phone or email.

We limit the number of school parties and group visits to ensure that everyone has the best of experiences.  To avoid disappointment, we recommend you book in advance by telephoning us at - 01430 472230 or by sending an enquiry using the form opposite.

 

Sleepovers

Children love the idea of a sleepover with their friends and what better place to enjoy the experience other than William’s Den?

There is plenty of free play plus organised activities. Everyone loves preparing their own pizza for tea and claiming their spot to sleep.

Sleepovers are available for organised groups with sufficient adult supervision.

Please contact schools@williamsden.co.uk for more information and to book your group.

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"We don't stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing."

George Bernard Shaw