6. Focussed on your priorities

We know that different schools are likely to have different priorities and our approach is designed to have the flexibility to recognise and respond to different priorities, through the key staff working with each school group.

We have identified three different focus areas, as follows, where we can impact on your learners in a positive and effective way:

  • Developing Social Awareness
  • Building confidence and other personal qualities
  • Team work and related skills

While you are at Robinwood you have the option to focus on one of the above themes. Although the main session objectives do not change, by letting us know your choice in advance, our staff can prepare for your visit and will focus their praise, reviews and discussion around these areas specifically for your group.

If there are any other areas that you would like us to focus on, please let us know.

What Schools say about trips to Robinwood

We really appreciate all the recommendations we get from schools who have visited Robinwood and the number of schools who come for the first time as a result of recommendations from friends and colleagues. We are constantly updating the comments from schools who have recently attended a Robinwood Course. The schools that attend come from areas of the Midlands, throughout the North of England and up into Scotland. But don’t just take our word for it, See what they have to say about robinwood. For more testimonials and recommendations visit our Highly Recommended Page.

"We really did have another fantastic residential with Robinwood. Our school liaison at Head Office was very helpful with the extra arrangements we needed to make to support our SEND and vulnerable children. This was very much appreciated.  Safety was a huge focus of the visit and the children felt very secure and comfortable taking part in the activities. One of our SEND children particularly loved being taught about how the safety equipment works - thank you for taking the time to do this 🙂  As always you were very accommodating to our vast amount of needs, especially when it came to sleeping arrangements - having a spare room available to be used as a quiet calm down space if needed was so helpful. One of our autistic children struggled with the texture of the meal and he was immediately offered something different and given the chance to look at the sandwich first and choose which one he wanted, this really helped. "

Barton Clough Primary School, Stretford