Castleshaw Centre is Oldham Council's Outdoor and Environmental Education Centre.
The centre provides accommodation for up to 38 people, and can be booked by schools and groups undertaking educational and adventure activities.
The centre runs educational days for primary and secondary students that link with the study of geography, science, or history, and the centre offers activities to support the Duke of Edinburgh Award and team building.
Information about primary school activities can be found here: http://castleshawcentre.weebly.com/primary-curriculum.html ,
Information about secondary school activities can be found here: http://castleshawcentre.weebly.com/secondary-curriculum.html ,
Castleshaw Centre is also able to provide the following activities to groups:
• Hill Walking & Back Packing (including support for DoE expeditions)
• Ghyll Scrambling
• Raft building
• Rock climbing and abseiling
• Mountain Biking.
• Problem solving
• High ropes course
• Camp craft
• Caving, using our new artificial caving system.
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