Outdoor Education is taught throughout KS3 and KS4. Pupils learn life skills in the outdoors, focusing on bush craft, where pupils learn to light a safe and controlled fire, build shelter, cook and use natural resources in the outdoors. They learn the difference between manmade and natural materials and the impact this has on the environment. Pupils take part in basic map reading, orienteering and navigation lessons, providing them with valuable skills transferable to other areas of the curriculum. Pupils also take part in a number of outdoor adventurous activities, including having use of the indoor climbing wall. All KS4 students have the opportunity to obtain a Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Award. This involves taking part in a physical activity, learning a new skill, volunteering and going on an Expedition. Y10 students have had the opportunity to experience low level walking around the local area where they were able to put their navigation and map reading skills into practise.