As part of the John Muir Award children and young people need to visit a variety of different wild places across the country. Recently a group went on an adventure to Wray Castle to look for Geocaches, this involved using a GPS which was a fantastic introduction to the world of navigation.
The John Muir Award is a national environmental award that encourages people of all backgrounds to connect with, enjoy and care for wild places through a structured yet adaptable scheme.
The aim is to develop these skills so that the children and young people will be able to navigate their way across more wild terrain.
Looks like everyone had a lot of fun, as well as learning some really useful skills to support them in the future.