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This is a mission based workshop where students will learn to adapt, solve problems, locate food and equipment drops and undertake challenging adventures – all whilst contributing to biodiversity studies, conservation programmes and building individual and group resilience.

Mission Objectives: Rebuild advanced basecamp. Establish renewable energy sources. Locate food & equipment drops on land and water. Wildlife biodiversity survey work & conservation volunteer activities. Environment clean up. Camera trapping. Regular radio reports to Bioasis Mission Control required. Plan for post-mission return and guerrilla rewilding activities.

Skills & Learning Outcomes: Renewable energy circuits, Leave No Trace philosophy, navigation, canoe skills & safety, camera trapping, foraging, search and rescue, food hygiene & preparation, camp craft, team work, problem solving, conservation & rewilding.

Key Information.

Suitable for: KS3, KS4

Ages: 11-14, 14-16

Subjects: Biology, Geography, Physical Education

Topics: Animals, Conservation, Explorers, Insects, Living Things & Habitats, Maps, Movement, Plants, Team Building, Local Wildlife

Type: At Venue

Duration: 5 Days

Cost: From £535 per student (varies depending on group size. Please contact for quote)

Dates: Apr-Oct

SEND: Yes - suitable for students with SEND

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About The Bioasis.

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The protection of the environment and long term sustainability is at the heart of The Bioasis project.

Through educating and inspiring the next generation, flora and fauna surveys, environmental clean ups and small scale rewilding projects, The Bioasis is slowly increasing nature’s resilience to the many years of environmental exploitation and degradation of the late 1900’s and 2000’s.

Working with a network of environmental charities, rewilding programmes, tree planting schemes, government departments and wildlife & conservation specialists, The Bioasis Project is about bringing radical change and hope to future generations.

The Bioasis is 1,200 acres of rugged coastline, salt marshes, ancient woodland and sparkling rivers – the perfect training ground to rewild the next generation and kick-start a more sustainable relationship with our planet.

Reset your compass and take on an adventurous residential school trip to The Bioasis.

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