Come and stay…

We offer full week or part week packages for up to 40 children. Our programmes are very flexible with a choice of activities (below). We may also be able to develop activities to meet your specific requirements.

All activities take place on site. During your stay you would have exclusive use of our beautiful house and all our excellent facilities. Our kitchen team will provide delicious homemade meals for you and will do their best to accommodate all dietary requirements. View school meal options here.

Activities run from 9.30am to approximately 5pm and are fully supervised by How Hill staff. Download a sample activity programme.

Teachers are provided with optional worksheets to complement the day’s activities, materials for evening weaving, and sports equipment. There is a communal TV and DVD player. Some schools choose to hold a talent contest, evening walk or disco.

All activities have been thoroughly tested and risk assessed. Current permanent teaching staff have a combined total of over forty years’ experience of leading activities at How Hill, so children and teachers are in safe hands!

Still undecided? Check out this brilliant movie trailer style video children from Cringleford Primary School made about their stay during summer 2017. Watch it here.  Or click on the film link at the top of the page.

School Prices from September 2021

2 nights
Winter rate: October half term to end of February half term £135
Summer rate : last week in February to October half term £150

4 nights
Winter Rate £210
Summer Rate £250

Please contact Education Manager Lizzy Ames

How Hill Trust – A Guide For Teachers is a helpful booklet. Download it here or contact us for a printed copy.

Dyke Dipping

Nature Trail

Wherry Experience

Hawks and Blackbirds


Woodland Bookmarks

Environmental Art

Den Building

Woodlouse House

Woodland Ecology

Toad Hole Cottage

Boat Trip

Aquatic Ecology

Owl Pellet Dissection

Marsh Study


Rush Candles

Clay Models

Watercolour Painting

How Hill Bingo


Environmental Tiles

Riddle Trail

Camera Trapping