Information for Groups

A hub of all the information you need for your Group residential trip.

A sense of adventure
For all

Within our residentials, you will have access to dedicated space that allows you to run group sessions or use the space for something bespoke with the help of our specialist staff.

Our activities allow you to work towards a specific badge or reward your team with our wide range of activities.

We accommodate various religious groups, giving you space to worship or run sessions when you want, simply let us know what you require.


All aspects of our operation are subject to risk assessment by our own in-house team.

The content of the risk assessments are subject to further review and scrutiny by external Technical Advisors, statutory regulators and inspectors from the British Activity Providers Association.

All of our risk assessments are reviewed on an annual basis as a minimum but may be subject to additional review and updates.

The links below provide risk management details for each of our centres. This will help you understand the main risks there are on each site, how we manage supervision, team qualifications and training, our insurance details and any accreditations the centre holds for its activity delivery.

It is very unlikely that your visit approvals process will require you to obtain copies of all our risk assessments. The Outdoor Education Advisers' Panel produces guidance on asking for Provider's risk assessments which you can read here.


An adventure to remember, a taste of independence, a rush of adrenaline, a breath of fresh air, a sense of achievement and making memories that last a lifetime. That’s what we’re here for.

We are raising the bar to provide the very best outdoor learning experiences. A Kingswood adventure utilises experiential education and non-academic ways of learning to provide a taste of independence, the chance to make lifelong memories and gain a sense of achievement. The experience equips pupils with skills for their future and broadens their horizons to the opportunities available to them.


A little bit
of comfort

A residential is an exciting time for your students but we want you to enjoy the trip as much as possible.

That's why all our centres have a dedicated teacher's lounge fully decked out to give you space to relax, reconnect or catch up on some work.

Party Leader rooms are fully-equipped with amenities like tea & coffee making to allow you to feel at home in your accommodation.


Over 35 years of transformative trips, encouraging both adults and young people to build confidence and resilience

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Frequently asked
Questions for Groups

What food is on the menu during our visit?

You can see a sample menu here. Closer to your visit, specific menus can be made available to you on request from the centre.

Can we arrive outside set arrival times?

If you want to get even more out of your stay you can opt for one of our early arrival options and add an extra activity.

  • Standard Arrival
    Arrive at 14:30 to meet your group leader. Room allocations from 15:00 followed by ice breakers. First activity scheduled at 16:05.
  • Early arrival with 1 extra activity (lunch not included)
    Arrive at 12:30 (bring own packed lunch) and meet group leader. Room allocations from 14:00 followed by ice breakers. First activity scheduled at 14:30.
  • Early with 1 extra activity (lunch included)
    Arrive at 12:30, hot lunch included and meet group leader. Room allocations from 14:00 followed by ice breakers. First activity schedules at 14:30.
  • Self-Led Early Arrival
    Arrive after 12:30, self-led time until standard arrival time 14:30 to meet group leader. Room allocations from 15:00 followed by ice breakers. First activity scheduled at 16:05.

Do you offer snacks and refreshments throughout the day?

Some centres have juice trolleys outside the diner between sessions and there are outside taps to fill water bottles up from. Snacks can also be purchased from the on-site shop.

Can I see a full list of available activities?

A full list of activities can be found here and can be filtered by centre and activity type.

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