Residential Centres (self catering and fully catered)
Bell Heath : A ranch style building built in 1929 and located in a beautiful green belt position to the south west of Birmingham. It has excellent facilities on site for a range of environmental and outdoor education activities. It is also just a walk away form the Waseley and Clent Hills.
Bockleton: A Victorian mansion set in a wonderfully rural area to the south of Tenbury Wells. The building is outstanding and the grounds full of treasures, as well as being very close to number of historical towns. The centre offers a range of environmental and outdoor adventure activities with camping opportunities.
Ogwen Cottage: Situated in the very heart of the mountains of Snowdonia, one of Britain's most beautiful National Parks. Lofty peaks, lakes and rivers abound; a superb environment for learning something about yourself, working with others on exciting adventurous activities.
Stansfeld: On the outskirts of the City of Oxford. It offers an excellent base for primary work up to A level studies on a variety of topics whilst maintaining direct links to the Every Child Matters agenda. The site has attractive woodlands, ponds and wildlife for children to discover, study and explore.
Day Centres: (with meeting rooms available for hire)
Birmingham Nature Centre: Is on the Pershore Road backing on to Cannon Hill Park. It consists of six acres of land and is the home of animals and plants from Britain and beyond. Among the most popular animals are otters, beavers, owls, and a variety of invertebrates. The variety of groups of animals on display at the Nature Centre makes it an invaluable resource to support the Science Curriculum.
Birmingham Outdoor Education Centre: This centre offers courses to all age groups in a variety of formats, meeting the customers needs. The centre can lay on courses from climbing to mountain biking, canoeing to sailing. INSET courses are also arranged and tailored to order.
Botanical Gardens Study Centre: Purpose built teaching areas at the Botanical Gardens. A stimulating environment in which the setting focuses cross curricular work.
Mount Pleasant Farm formally Chapman's Hill Farm and Money Lane Farm: This brand new Centre is a large working farm operated jointly by the Education Department and the Worgan Trust. It is situated on the south edge of Birmingham near to the M42 motorway and is easily reached form all parts of the City.
Hams Hall Environmental Centre: The Centre is owned and sponsored by E.ON UK, who in conjunction with Birmingham City Council, and Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council offer it for use by all schools.
Springfield Environmental Centre: The joys of discovering the natural world should be available to all children. Springfield Study Centre near Knowle, close to Birmingham is designed especially for children with physical or sensory deprivation: those children who have often been excluded from wild places due to problems of access. The Centre was built in 1982 by the Variety Club of Great Britain for Birmingham Local Education Authority and when completed Birmingham LEA took on all the running costs.