Are you a teacher? Do you want your students to reconnect with nature? To learn simple ways to rewild our planet? Do you want to ignite in them a passion for adventure, teamwork, conservation and the natural world?
Can you recruit a team of young people and bring them to The Bioasis?
If the answer is yes, we think you've got what it takes to be a Bioasis Recruiter and we want to hear from you.
We are developing an underground network of teachers and community leaders who have the vision to inspire the next generation of young people. Action is needed urgently if we are to reverse the devastating impacts of the climate apocalypse. Previous generations have plundered our world. Now, humanity's best hope is to educate the next generation.
Bioasis Recruitment Packs contain all the information required in order to get your mission signed off by School Leadership and launched to students, including:
Detailed mission information & pricing options
Financial Protection and COVID guarantee
Safety Management Information and Risk Assessments
Student/Parent information packs
Personal & Group Development
Conservation & Biodiversity
Coping with unexpected events
Cooking on open fires
Team & individual tasks
Reconnection with nature
Living in remote environments
Empathy & self awareness
Positive mental health
Invasive non-native species
Plastic pollution & solutions
Moth & bat identification
Small mammal trapping
Seed bomb production
Leave No Trace principles
Estuaries & coasts
Map reading & navigation
Maths & code breaking
Ethics & debating
All Bioasis Missions booked with The Immersive Adventure Agency Ltd are financially protected in accordance with Package Travel Regulations requirements by Trust My Travel. Please click on this logo for more information on TMTProtects.me financial protection.
LOTC Quality BAdge
The Bioasis has been awarded The Learning Outside the Classroom (LOtC) Quality Badge - a nationally recognised indicator of good quality educational provision AND effective risk management. The LOtC Quality Badge reduces the red tape associated with learning outside the classroom, thereby making it easier for teachers to ensure that all children will get the opportunity to have wider educational experiences.