Did you know that Indirock offers instructor-led bouldering sessions for primary and secondary school pupils? Better still, if your school is based in the Southend City Council area, we may have funding to subsidise this for you!
Indirock is an indoor bouldering facility for all ages 6 and up, with a healthy cafe on site. This can be helpful if there are ever pupils who need to sit out for any reason, or if a teacher needs a safe and welcoming space to talk with a pupil.
We can host up to 30 pupils at a time, with a supervisor ratio of 1:6 (one adult to six pupils). Indirock provides one instructor per 15 pupils, which goes towards this ratio. Either teachers or parents/guardians can be included as supervisors.
Indirock receives intermittent funding from Southend City Council to help subsidise the cost of schools attending. In 2022-23 this was focussed on primary schools, whereas in 2023-24 the focus is on secondary schools. This funding is finite, so it is allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
If you’d like to book a one-off session or course with us, please email [email protected] or use the form below.
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