Outdoor Learning Service
This page is known as: www.birmingham.gov.uk/ols
Birmingham's day and residential centres
Birmingham City Council has a unique resource in its farm, environmental and outdoor day and residential centres, including museums, which provide learning opportunities for over 100,000 pupils from 3,500 school groups each year.
There are several day centres in and around Birmingham, including one exclusively for children with special needs.
These centres provide unique environments for conducting a wide range of studies and offer invaluable farm, environmental and outdoor experiences.
- Birmingham Nature Centre
- Birmingham Outdoor Centre
- Botanical Gardens Base
- Chapman's Hill School Farm
- Hams Hall Environmental Centre
- Mount Pleasant School Farm
- Springfield Environmental Centre
Residential centres: camping and self-catering
Residential experience is available at four centres in diverse settings such as Belbroughton and Bangor and several camp sites in the country.
- Bell Heath Study Centre
- Bockleton Study Centre
- Ogwen Cottage Outdoor Centre
- Stansfeld Field Study Centre
Museums Schools Liaison, which provides a service at five sites within the city of Birmingham, has full details of its services on its own web site.
If you have any queries please contact the Outdoor Learning Service:
Telephone: 0121 445 3177
or email firstname.lastname@example.org