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National School Tours

Outdoor Education Programmes for Primary Schools

Tanagh OETC aims to help teachers implement the Outdoor and Adventure Activities Strand of the Physical Education curriculum to include induction to water based activities, orienteering or adventure activities.
This programme may be offered as a day programme or as a residential experience for the children.

Activities may include:
• Canoeing
• Orienteering onsite
• Mud Slide
• Group solving problem exercises in Dartrey Forest
• Indoor Climbing
• Archery (Residential Bookings only)
• Low Ropes Course

The National School Outdoor Education Programme is delivered to the children in such a manner that everyone can participate and feel successful at the end of the session. They are non-competitive and good fun.
The principle aim of this programme is to encourage children to adopt a healthier lifestyle based on an enjoyment & appreciation of the outdoors.

Book your National School tour at Tanagh OETC and have an Adventure day out that your students will never forget. All activities are fun and challenging and will aid students personal development and wellbeing.
Download National School Tour Brochure 2019

Contact Philomena on 049-5552988 to arrange your booking.

What our primary schools have to say:
“Thoroughly enjoyable day. Would recommend to other teachers" ( Rathmore NS, June 2018)

"Really enjoyed the day. Personnally think is has been the best tour ever. Thank you very much for having us and we hope to see you again soon ". (St Patricks NS. Student. June 2018)

“ An Excellent school tour. Telly well organised and the children really enjoyed themselves. Excellent instructors (Aughadreena NS, June 2018)

“Very well organised. The staff did a wonderful job and had an excellent rapport with the children. Excellent Tour and we will definitely be back" (St Annes NS, June 2018)

“We had an autistic child with us and the staff went out of their way to ensure her wellbeing and safety. Great Job. We will be back" ( St Patricks NS, June 2018)