Your traditional outdoor residential camp has had a make over: We bring you Storyline.
Originally designed as a more engaging alternative for young people displaying challenging behaviour. We found it has incredible outcomes for high achieving students as well. We have adapted the programme to be scalable and suitable for students of all abilities. Our Storyline Adventures are focused on introducing and improving students self-efficacy and meta-cognition.
It consists of a 5 day week in an all-inclusive programme: Groups will climb, kayak, shoot, swim and slide their way through the caves, lakes, mountains and forests of Wales in search of the final message from the Tylwth Teg.
Unlike traditional residentials there is no schedule, the week unfolds like a book. Each challenge unlocks clues to the group’s next paths but the choices are up to them and so are the consequences.
Due to massive success, feedback and personal progress reported by students (and staff), we now have our new and improved story-line ready for ’23-’24.
Are you ready for the adventure?
Some of the finest practice I have seen in over 20 years of working with children with challenging behaviour. This skill set means the levels of engagement we see from our boys is excellent in the fantastic range of activities on offer. At all times Pete’s delivery of activities is first class and the pupils want to succeed in areas most have never experienced before.
I cannot recommend Arc Adventures enough for all children but particularly those that present with SEMH and behaviour that challenges. It is a life changing experience for our pupils in an environment which provides safety and support.
Excellent and never to be forgotten! Push yourself to new heights.
The care and compassion shown by Peter and all the crew was amazing… there was a community spirit throughout, with a night walk and camp fire to make our days complete. It brought back happy memories staying in the YHA…
It was fantastic to be pushed physically, refreshed mentally and to forget about work and the worries of life.