At Out and About Adventures, children are at the center of our program development; we practice an emergent, experiential, inquiry-based, play and place-based curriculum.  The activities from week to week depend on the interests of the current group and are intended to further deepen their knowledge/experience with different topics, practices, materials or ideas. Challenging social interactions and behavior will be guided (when necessary) patiently, through modelling and empathetic reasoning/communication.  Respect for the natural world, communication, emotional/social learning and community building are a big part of our program. Our programs are inclusive, and led by facilitators who are motivated to provide a flexible curriculum to meet the needs of each unique group as a whole.

We play in all kinds of weather.  Children will be required to dress to be comfortable outdoors in the rain/cold and mud/muck for the duration of the program and to bring a small backpack with a nut-free snack, water and mug for tea.  A list of recommended clothing is available on our resource page.

Currently we are offering our program at Trout Lake in Vancouver and are bringing the fun to New Westminster this fall!