Camp Fletcher’s Outdoor Education program is an experiential learning opportunity for students to learn about our natural environment first-hand, beyond the confines of classroom walls. One Day field-trip adventures, on weekdays during the school-year, are offered to students of public schools, private schools and home schools.
Our curriculum has been specifically designed around Camp Fletcher’s indigenous trees, plants and wildlife — as well as the property’s creek and other natural resources.
Lesson topics include:
Water Cycle, Filtration and Erosion
Clouds and Pollution
The Five Senses
Program lessons are interactive, because student participation enhances academic outcomes and youth development. Field trips often include hikes, team-building activities and arts & crafts — all designed to foster students’ comfort in, and appreciation of, their natural surroundings and the rewards of working together.
To learn more about our outdoor education programs, contact: Director of Camp Programs, Shea Wiggins, 205.584.6033, Shea.Wiggins@bridgewaysal.org
For Outdoor Education Resources click here.