Within the grounds of Burwardsley, there is a pond, an adventure playground and a large grassed playing field. Burwardsley has its own replica Iron age roundhouse, enabling pupils to learn about culture, art and farming of the period. Pupils can also gain experience of wattle and daub construction, making clay pots, string making and an archaeological dig.
Other areas of study at Burwardsley could include den building within Willow Hill woods, environmental art, pond dipping, habitat walks, orienteering and problem solving.
Outdoors: Large playing field, Adventure Playground, Pond, Replica Iron Celtic Roundhouse,
Indoors: Classroom and study areas
Other facilities: Dining and chill-out areas
Security: The centre site is fully secure with boundary fencing and coded accommodation access.
Nestled in the Cheshire countryside and within an hour and a half of Chester, Liverpool and Manchester.
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