outreach header

Engage children in learning outside the classroom, whilst having some fun

Organising a team building event or away day and want some inspiration?

We can help...

Alan Braybrooke

Alan Braybrooke Team Leader

Arthog Outreach - Wellington

Here at the Outreach Centre, we provide ‘real’ adventurous activities for children and adults in the natural environment around Telford and Wrekin and Shropshire. We operate in a setting which can sometimes be overlooked and creates opportunities to encourage participation in adventurous activities closer to home. A short minibus drive gives us access to stunning locations and fantastic opportunities for adventurous activities.

Activities include:

  • canoeing
  • climbing
  • walking
  • caving
  • mountain biking
  • as well as team building and personal development opportunities

We tailor our sessions to meet your individual development goals so that you get best value from each day. We also link what we do in the outdoors with learning outcomes for schools to bring alive aspects of the National Curriculum.

Supplementary training and qualifications
•Including Outdoor First Aid, Lowland Leader and Summer Mountain Leader Awards, the John Muir Award and the OEAP Outdoor Learning Cards. 
•Further information regarding Outdoor Leadership can be found here
•Further information regarding Staff Development can be found here

Why choose us?

We provide:

  • high quality sessions that are delivered by nationally qualified and experienced staff
  • bespoke events or programmes that can be created for each new booking to meet your individual or groups requirements 
  • all equipment and transport is provided
  • our well-equipped centre in Wellington provides many activity opportunities on and off site - right on your doorstep.


Current prices and more information can be found on Arthog’s Outreach website.

Get a quote

Customer feedback

"It was a tremendous day and the students really enjoyed the experience. It has certainly created an awareness of the opportunities that exist to them at the end of Year 11 and I know several of them are keen to return to your facilities."


Write a review     red arrow

Read a review     red arrow