About Us

WHAT WE DO

We specialise in creating holiday programmes that are educational, fun and keep children active during the holidays. Our camps are filled with exciting excursions and activities such as Laser Tag, Trampoline Parks, Hiking, Fishing, Archery Tag and the list goes on…

 

In addition to our excursions we offer numerous cultural experiences like Djembe Drumming, Rhythmic Gymnastics, Drama and Arts & Crafts; as well as integrated academic sessions, problem solving activities and teambuilding games.

 

All our staff endorse the development of happy, healthy children and embrace the following key concepts: intellectual, physical, mental, social and emotional wellbeing. These elements make up the Richer Adventures ‘high five.’

 

Each camp is designed to set goals for children to achieve in each of the ‘high-five’ elements and earn recognition for their achievements by receiving one of three certificates at the end of the week.

 

The RA Fist Bump

The RA Fist Bump is earned by any child who has embraced the high five approach, taken part in all activities, shown a positive attitude and most importantly, had fun!

 

The High Five Award

This award shows that a child has not only embraced the high five approach but has also proactively encouraged it amongst others. He/she has taken part in all activities with a positive attitude and willingness to try new things. 

 

The High Ten Award

This award is reserved for children who have not only taken part in all activities with a positive attitude, but have gone out of their way to inspire their peers to get involved, enjoy camp and feel welcome, assured and encouraged to pursue the principles of the high five approach. 

 

Throughout each week we encourage children to learn from their mistakes, be mindful of their strengths and weaknesses and foster an attitude of empathy and compassion for their fellow campers. 

 

These are High Five kids!

WHAT WE DO

We specialise in creating holiday programmes that are educational, fun and keep children active during the holidays. Our camps are filled with exciting excursions and activities such as Laser Tag, Trampoline Parks, Hiking, Fishing, Archery Tag and the list goes on…

 

In addition to our excursions we offer numerous cultural experiences like Djembe Drumming, Rhythmic Gymnastics, Drama and Arts & Crafts; as well as integrated academic sessions, problem solving activities and teambuilding games.

 

All our staff endorse the development of happy, healthy children and embrace the following key concepts: intellectual, physical, mental, social and emotional wellbeing. These elements make up the Richer Adventures ‘high five.’

 

Each camp is designed to set goals for children to achieve in each of the ‘high-five’ elements and earn recognition for their achievements by receiving one of three certificates at the end of the week.

 

The RA Fist Bump

The RA Fist Bump is earned by any child who has embraced the high five approach, taken part in all activities, shown a positive attitude and most importantly, had fun!

 

The High Five Award

This award shows that a child has not only embraced the high five approach but has also proactively encouraged it amongst others. He/she has taken part in all activities with a positive attitude and willingness to try new things. 

 

The High Ten Award

This award is reserved for children who have not only taken part in all activities with a positive attitude, but have gone out of their way to inspire their peers to get involved, enjoy camp and feel welcome, assured and encouraged to pursue the principles of the high five approach. 

 

Throughout each week we encourage children to learn from their mistakes, be mindful of their strengths and weaknesses and foster an attitude of empathy and compassion for their fellow campers. 

 

These are High Five kids!

WHAT WE DO

Richer Adventures is made up of a highly committed, passionate and inspirational team of instructors. All of whom hold a current enhanced DBS and receive training on child protection, safeguarding, health and safety and pedagogy.

Our ethos is one of respect for others, confidence and resilience.

We stimulate children to collaborate, communicate effectively, become problem solvers, future leaders and develop an awareness of their social, emotional, mental and physical wellbeing.

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RA High Five

Children will achieve intellectual, mental, emotional, social and physical goals, setting them on a positive path for the future.

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Staying active

Keep moving with a range of old favourite and new team games, sports and fun activities

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Excursions and exploring new places

Create life-long memories exploring new destinations and enjoy tried and tested favourite venues.

WHO WE ARE

Richer Adventures is made up of a highly committed, passionate and inspirational group of tutors and mentors. We believe that true learning and development comes through a balance of mental stimulation, social interaction, exploration and fun. All of our staff hold a current enhanced DBS and receive training on child protection, safeguarding, health and safety and pedagogy.

WHO WE ARE

Richer Adventures is made up of a highly committed, passionate and inspirational group of tutors and mentors. We believe that true learning and development comes through a balance of mental stimulation, social interaction, exploration and fun. All of our staff hold a current enhanced DBS and receive training on child protection, safeguarding, health and safety and pedagogy.

FAQS

What age group do you cater for?

Our camps are applicable for children aged 5-13 years old

How much does each day cost?How do I pay?

Prices start from £85 per day. A full breakdown of our costs is available on our website

Do you offer sibling discounts?

Yes. We give the second child onwards a 10% discount.

Can my child/children trial a day?

Yes. This it is possible to sign up for a trial. Please note, we cannot reserve spaces.

Can I observe a session?

Please be aware that we do not allow parents to stay and observe a session. All children will be well supported by our experienced team of tutors and mentors.

Can I have access to the session materials?

We do not provide access to the materials or instruction sheets used during the session. We publish an overview prior to our camps or workshops for parents to view. All parents will receive a summary sheet at the end of each day which states what children learned each day.

What is the adult/child ratio?

The maximum ratio will allow for outdoor activities is 1:10. However, the ratio varies according to the nature of the activities and the age of children under our supervision.

Do you accept childcare vouchers?

We will shortly be registering for childcare vouchers. We will publish this on our website when childcare vouchers can be accepted.

Are your staff first aid trained?

There is always an adult on sight that is first aid trained. Our first aid trainers hold paediatric first aid certificates from The British Red Cross and St John Ambulance.

Are your staff DBS checked?

Yes. All of our staff have been Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) checked.

Who will be teaching my child?

We have a range of tutors and mentors from PhD students, postdoctoral researchers, qualified primary and secondary school teachers and masters students. By policy, children are instructed not to share or swap their food with another child.

Do I need to provide food for my child?

Yes. Please provide a healthy snack, enough water and lunch for your child. We request all parents to refrain from sending their child with nuts or nut-based products.

Does my child need to bring
any equipment with them?

No. We provide all equipment for children to use. You will be required to send your child with enough food and water. Please contact us if your child has any special requirements that our staff need to be made aware of.

What should my child wear?

They may wear ordinary home clothes although it is important that they dress appropriately for the day’s activities.

Can my child join at any time?

Yes. It is possible for your child to join any day.

Can I sign my child up on the day?

Yes. This is possible. However, it is subject to availability. We encourage parents to sign up with at least 24 hours notice to finalise enrolment before the camp starts.

What will my child be doing during
their time with you?

Your child will be participating in a range of hands-on activities independently or as a group. Children will learn through experiments and develop their skills and reasoning through games.