The Summer Camp is our 100 day campaign to inspire and support outdoor exploration, play and learning.
Anyone will be able to take part anywhere. Organisatons taking part in the Summer Camp are currently busy making mission activities that will appear in the online camp.
Children, parents and teachers will be able to visit the Summer Camp to discover creative outdoor activities. National Geographic, Scouts, the RSPB, National Parks, John Muir and other organisations that are all joining the Summer Camp and you can too.
The Summer Camp starts on June 1st. Find out more by contacting us.
Be creative, make your own missions and create new opportunities for learning.
We help professionals produce outstanding learning experiences for young people. On this website you will find scores of free outdoor learning activities that have been created by experts in the field, but why not create your own?
With a private group you can create your own mission activities that only members of your group can see. By buying a private group you can make outdoor learning activities for a group, class, school or as part of a bigger project.
We understand that it can be hard to create and organise outdoor learning opportunities, that's why we created Mission:Explore. Our site not only includes lots of ideas, but an approach that you can use to support and inspire outdoor exploration, play and learning. Try setting our missions for homework or use your school newsletter to challenge families to earn one of our badges over a weekend. Find out more by contacting us. Find out more by contacting us.
Challengers on Mission:Explore are able to create mission-based activities for children and families to complete.
You can create one-off activities, games, training, learning experiences and more using our clever social exploration gaming system.
We are currently making some big improvements to the Mission:Explore website that will be live on June 1st. If you are interested in helping to increase the number of children exploring, playing and learning outdoors we would love to hear from you.
Keep up-to-date with Mission:Explore by signing up to our Mission:Explore Challengers newsletter.