We cater for all young people regardless of ability or special need and can deliver a range of sessions to suit all abilities and ages. Students who struggle more academically can find the hands-on approach to climbing and structured learning particularly rewarding.
The climbing centre at Lower Grange Farm is Kent County Council approved and was purpose-built having originally been conceived for young people in Kent, by young people in Kent.
It is an indoor facility so can be used year round and offers climbing, bouldering and abseiling.
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NICAS - A UK-wide schemes designed to promote climbing development and accredit individual achievement on artificial climbing structures. They're a starting point for people wishing to take up climbing and mountaineering, from novice to experienced, starting from age 8. Wild Climbers is available for 3 to 7 year olds or young people with additional needs.
GCSE - 2 1/2 day intensive course for schools to offer Rock Climbing as a sport for their GCSE. All evidence for assessment captured within the course with an option to have the footage provisionally graded by the instructors.
16 hours (2.5 days) - £95pp - 8 to 18 participants.
Enrichment - PE or enrichment session that focus on just climbing and building confidence in an adventurous environment.
1 hour - from £10pp - 6 to 30 participants.
*For detailed price lists please refer to the following document:
Email our bookings team for further information.
As you would expect, all our instructors are nationally qualified, KCC aproved and DBS checked.
If you wish to provide your own instructor we will need to see their appropriate qualification, public liability insurance for climbing and a valid first aid certificate in advance of your visit.