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.

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How can my school take part?

Applications are invited in the following geographical areas: Avon, Bath and North East Somerset, Somerset, Cambridgeshire, Gloucestershire, Wiltshire, Dorset, Hampshire, Sussex, Essex, Kent, Derbyshire, Norfolk and Yorkshire. New schools are welcome to apply as well as those schools who have previously participated in Fishing for Schools. All schools and educational provisions are welcome to apply.

If you are interested in Fishing for Schools but are not located in our current geographical focus please register your interest by emailing or call 020 7840 9212.


We can also provide paid-for sessions to schools who want to continue their provision beyond the free sessions granted.

Applications are currently closed.  Further details will be announced in due course.


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