Go Ape Battersea
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What will students see and do?
As the most central London forest experience, there’s more to Go Ape Battersea Park than meets the eye, with people above, below and all around you. A head for heights is a must as Battersea’s Treetop Challenge crossings are twice the height of most Go Ape locations. Over on the Adventure course, the Fisherman’s Net and thrilling zip wires keep this one firmly at the top of the Go Ape fan list.
Looking for UK school trip ideas? Go Ape adventures are an immersive outdoor experience for groups of all sizes. If you’re looking for your nearest Go Ape, you’ll find 34 Go Ape locations up and down the country that provide jam-packed fun in the forest and adventures for thrill-seekers all year round.
From school trips to youth group outings, Go Ape in Battersea looks after a whole host of groups on a daily basis. The award-winning school trips are tailored to suit your needs. Using a mixture of activities, this school trip to London will help develop life skills, build on personal development and encourage self-confidence.
With a variety of packages on offer, what will you choose? Take to the trees with a Go Ape Treetop Challenge and Go Ape Nets Kingdom, or make the day extra-special by getting everyone involved in handpicked Gorilla Games and Go Ape segway experiences.
Teaching resources provided
When you arrange a Go Ape booking, you can speak to the dedicated schools team to plan your perfect day. The dedicated events team works with you to help make the most out of your objectives for your group’s event.
Go Ape’s website contains lots of free learning resources based around its treetop courses, including KS1 and 2 resources centred around English. maths, science and PSHE, and KS3 and 4 resources based on English, economics, science and geography.
Minimum and maximum group size
Group sizes from 10-300 people can be accommodated. Adults must supervise children under the age of 15.
A ratio of 1:2 for under six-year-olds and ratio of 1:8 for 6-15 year-olds is in place.
Details of risk assessment
A full risk assessment can be found on the website, including information on age restrictions and height restrictions.
Don't miss our downloadable A-Z guide on completing a risk assessment
On site you’ll find bike hire, a play area, food and drink options and walking routes.
Go Ape opening times are 10am-4.30pm, with school groups able to visit during term time Monday-Friday.
Go Ape prices start from £12 per school child and required supervisors go free. School bookings benefit from a Go Ape discount.
If you’re getting the train, these are your options:
Battersea Park Station: Exit Station to the right along Battersea Park Road, walk 50m to traffic lights, take a right into Queenstown Road, walk 150m, and the park is on the left.
Queenstown Road Station: Exit Station to the right along Queenstown Road, walk 300m, and the park is on the left.
Victoria Station: Get a train to Battersea Park Station, or catch the number 44 bus.
By tube, arrive at Sloane Square, then take a short taxi ride, or walk 1km south, via Lower Sloane Street and Chelsea Bridge Road, or take a 137 or 452 bus.
Buses 44, 137, 156, 344, 452 pass/are near the park. Visit the website for further bus routes and information.
Boat: Battersea Power Station Pier is a 20-minute walk through the park, served by MBNA Thames Clippers River Bus every 20 minutes during peak hours and every 30 minutes during the daytime and at weekends.
Go Ape Battersea, Battersea Park, London
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