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Team Building

Team Days

Sessions designed to motivate, inspire and bond!

In times of change, it is vital your team is motivated, working efficiently and effectively!

Each request is dealt with on an individual basis and the activities built around your objectives. A preliminary meeting held where you let us know what you want from your day and  a package put together for your approval.

This could be a whole day's worth of activities or sessions fitted around your strategic planning meetings!

We use our tranquil surroundings and our unique blend of woodland skills and tasks, environmental ethics and creative activities to help teams look at how they work and communicate.

The contrasting Bishops Wood environment with 'the office/workplace'  gives a 'new' perspective for teams in order to move forward in these changing times.

All our activities are appropriately risk assessed and led by suitably qualified staff who are CRB checked and first aid qualified.

All activities are outdoor based and inclusive to all.

Please call Gill Frankling on 01299 250513 to discuss your requirements or email, giving brief detail of your requirements to bishopswoodcentre@worcestershire.gov.uk

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External websites

  • Anubis
    A Website that specialises in first aid training and team building.
  • Council for Learning Outside the Classroom
    The Council for Learning Outside the Classroom is the national voice for learning outside the classroom
  • Duke of Edinburgh Award
    Leading youth Charity the DofE gives all young people the chance to develop skills for work and life, fulfil their potential and have a brighter future.
  • Earth Education UK  
    Information on the Earth Education process - helping people to live more harmoniously with the natural world
  • Flora locale 2013 Training Programme
    The Flora locale Training programme is created for people involved in the design management and restoration of landscapes for biodiversity, whether on a farm, smallholding, village green or garden. Improve your wildflower id skills or learn how to introduce woodland wildflowers into new woods...
  • Folksy Theatre
    Folksy Theatre tour rural areas performing a range of Theatre styles from issue-based plays and Theatre-In-Education, to open-air Shakespeare productions. On this site you can find information on the company and it’s various productions, along with pictures, reviews, comments and tour dates.
  • Forest School Association
    The Forest School Association is the professional body and UK wide voice for Forest School, promoting best practice, cohesion and quality Forest School for all
  • Friends of Bishops Wood 
    Friends of Bishops Wood is a charity set up to support the work of the Bishops Wood Centre. We run regular events that are open to the public
  • Herefordshire Forest Schools
    Information and advice from Herefordshire Forest Schools
  • Institue of Outdoor Learning
    Encouraging outdoor learning by developing quality, safety and opportunity to experience outdoor activity provision
  • Learning through Landscapes
    A site dedicated to stimulating outdoor learning experiences.
  • National Grid
    Bishops Wood Environmental Education Centre
  • Planetary Voices Radio
    Tour around the Bishops Wood Environmental Education Centre
  • Tide - global learning
    A teachers' network promoting the idea that young people have an entitlement to global learning through engaging with global perspectives, human rights, sustainability and international development
  • WCC Biodiversity for Schools
    Worcestershire County Councils School and Biodiversity Section.


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This page was last reviewed 23 April 2013 at 17:20.
The page is next due for review 20 October 2014.