Take to the abseiling tower and get the adrenaline pumping as you commando jump your way to base.
Young archers will develop concentration, self-discipline and co-ordination in full safety at one of JCAs centres.
Buggy building is a team-building exercise in which teams must work together to build their buggy to withstand a series of gruelling tests.
Busted is an evening entertainment session which turns the rules of a traditional quiz on their head.
Enjoy an evening campfire sharing stories and talents with your group at a JCA activity centre.
Children can practice circus skills such as juggling, diablo, plate spinning, slack-lining and more at JCA centres.
Young climbers will each get the chance to reach the summit while being encouraged from their peers.
Children invent their own dance move which is worked into a sequence composed of all the groups moves.
Disco night at a JCA centre brings all groups together for a fun and energetic final evening of throwing shapes.
School groups to invent their own egg protection device to withstand several grueling tests at JCA centres.
Children will be encouraged to develop concentration, discipline and agility through fencing instruction.
Children will be set a scenario and then need to visit different locations around the centre to complete different tasks to solve the mystery.
Children will learn to think outside the box with these outdoor learning initiative exercises.
Engaging the mind, League Toppers will see children use problem solving skills at any of the JCA UK activity centres.
JCA low ropes are less than a metre off the ground and are made up of a combination of obstacles and challenges for the group.
Young athletes will have the chance to experience the thrill of being an Olympian during this exhilarating session.
Young outdoor explorers will practice map skills as groups navigate around the JCA site.
Teams must complete challenges to win scrap components that will go into the production of their very own water-powered rockets!
Children must get their thinking caps and running shoes on as they compete in this active quiz.
Children will learn to use and develop their senses through a series of tasks and games on this sensory trail activity.
Children will be provided with a survival scenario, which will require them to quickly establish priorities.
Working together the team will overcome challenges to collect parts of an artefact to build at the end of the session.