Used as either a full programme, or as individual progressive sessions, Bushcraft is a new and exciting activity that teaches young people the wide range of bushcraft skills necessary to survive in a wilderness scenario. Young people are encouraged to think about their perception of the natural world, as well as understand which elements can be utilised in conjunction with newly acquired skills; such as learning to construct a shelter, safely lighting a campfire using natural materials, and using campfire gadgets to cook a variety of meals outdoors. By working together in teams, Bushcraft also teaches important life skills such as resilience, communication, problem solving, creativity and overcoming personal challenges.


Learning outcomes

Environmental awareness

Show an understanding of how their behaviour effects the environment (local or global).


Work constructively as a team member


Learning a skill

Demonstrate a new skill or competence