Team Building @ Your School

We can bring a range of Fun Team Building and Development Challenges to your school. Toxic-triangle-small.gif

Challenges have been carefully designed to encourage team participation, communication and Leadership skills. This collection of team challenges can cater for groups as small as 8 or up to 360 pupils at a time.

A great way to build new friendships and encourage team work during induction weeks for Year 7 and Year 12.

Many schools decide to combine Team Building Challenges with our fun It's a Knock Out Inflatable arena.

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What our customers say

We had one camp village with pods to ourselves which made it easier to allow the pupils to be under our supervision during free time which was good! The staff are very friendly and very approachable and most importantly child friendly. Hopefully this will be the first of more visits planned by our secondary school. Cheers Oaker Wood

Holte School - Oct 17

First time of taking out school pupils to Oaker Wood. The pupils stay in camping pods which I thought were quite accommodating and warm with heaters that automatically switch on if the temperature goes below 18 degrees. The site itself is very impressive with an array of activities to suit all ages and abilities spread over the site.

Holte School - Oct 17

I just wanted to say a massive thank you for all your hard work and the hard work of your fantastic staff to make our trip so successful.

Caroline Gilbert - Kings High, Warwick - June 16

I wanted to thank you and the rest of the team at Oaker for another fantastic weekend. All the students are still buzzing from the activities and again we were looked after brilliantly.

Natalie Anderton - St Thoms More 6th Form

The food is plentiful and delicious ("this is the best curry ever", said several boys), and the activities of adrenaline high ropes and paintball are perfect for the needs of active lads.

King Henry VIII School

Difficult as it may seem, the Oaker Wood experience was even better this time than last year. With the newly-built wooden pods, the boys had heated accommodation and no wind or rain could unsettle their night's sleep. The camp remains a magical place, with the fairy lights and firepit. Even the compost toilet has become part of the legend!

Warren Honey - King Henry VIII School

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