Regardless of academic ability, many young people are entering higher education / the working world, without the resilience and resourcefulness to cope with daily life.

Many children and teenagers struggle with the confines of traditional academic classroom learning, finding it difficult to find the relevance of what they are being taught in the classroom to 'real life'. This can lead to behavioural issues as well as poor attainment.

With more reliance on technology, and as young people spend less and less time outdoors, there is a well-documented increase in childhood anxiety, low self-esteem and mental health concerns alongside a greater number of young people with obesity, allergies and poor attention span.

We run various courses at Frithy and Castan Wood, or within a school outdoor setting, to support disadvantaged children and young people to get the most out of life.

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