Why take part?
Fishing for Schools is a free resource to schools. Delivered over four sessions, we assist schools in delivering their outdoor learning strategy by providing a positive outdoor experience to young people aged 10-16 years. Our programme helps develop key life skills including team building, leadership, enquiry and thinking skills. We help deepen and enrich learning. Sessions are linked to key curriculum subjects with objectives agreed in conjunction with school, staff and students.
How can my school take part?
In September 2021 schools can apply for the Fishing for Schools provision in 2022. Click here to make your application.
Fishing for Schools operates a funding scheme where schools can apply for funded sessions annually via our website using an online form.
Who can apply?
Applications are invited from educational providers in the following geographical areas Avon, Bath and North East Somerset, Somerset, Cambridgeshire, Gloucestershire, Wiltshire, Dorset, Hampshire, Sussex, Essex, Kent, Derbyshire, Norfolk and Yorkshire.
Applications are welcome from new schools and those schools who have previously participated in Fishing for Schools.
All schools and educational provisions can apply. We cover age groups from 10-16 years.
If you are interested in Fishing for Schools but are not located in our current geographical focus please register your interest by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 7840 9212.
How to apply
Applications are now open and will close on the 22nd October 2021. Click here to make your application.
Successful applicants will be notified in early December 2021.
Head of Secondary, Rowhill School
Our Experience >
The pupils at Rowhill have behaviour and learning difficulties, so it is very important to find positive activities that the pupils will engage in and enjoy. Success in an activity generates confidence and has a positive impact on engagement in other school activities”
SENCO, Kent school
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"The young people thoroughly enjoyed the Fishing for Schools sessions. They improved their practical skills. They learnt how to complete written tasks for portfolio work. They improved their social skills. They demonstrated their ability to work as part of a group / team with both staff and peers.”