Following the statement from the Government, we have unfortunately taken the tough decision to close as of Monday 23rd March until further notice.

The health and safety of our guests and staff being our primary concern given the Government guidance to prevent the spread of Covid 19.

Our team will continue to work remotely, so if you have a booking with us before the 30th April, we will contact you directly to rearrange your booking. Alternatively if you would like to contact us, please email

We would like to thank you all for your continued support through these unprecedented times. Stay safe and we look forward to welcoming you back in the future.

Educational Resources

Educational Resources

Learn, Play and Explore!

As many of you are now educating from home, every week Camp Hill will be publishing a free educational tool to use outdoors in the spring sunshine. This week's resource is the nature treasure hunt trail with the aim of identifying textures using outdoor materials.

As part of the national curriculum outdoor learning is a vital tool in children’s progression. For many young people a preferred place and form of learning rather than an indoor classroom environment. Outdoor learning is known to improve young people’s health and wellbeing through fresh air and physical exercise. Educating in the outdoors allows children to experience nature, develop life skills and bond with one another in the joys of the outdoors.

At Camp Hill, we are at the forefront of outdoor learning days and residential visits with many young people across the country visiting us every year. We wanted to share with you our effective tools and resources of outdoor learning to use from the simplicity of your back garden or on a country walk.

WEEK 1 DOWNLOAD Nature Treasure Hunt Trail