Learning afloat on the River Blyth
Let us bring the river to life for students of all ages.
We offer one-hour river trips for schools and groups for up to 12 passengers each trip. Our qualified crew are experienced at working with children. We can offer educational trips based around the National Curriculum or are happy to accommodate your needs. We can also suggest local free activities for you to do with your group to create a whole fun day out in Walberswick.
Risk assessments are available for groups and schools organising a trip with us.
If you are interested in booking a group trip, please either email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or complete our Contact Form and we will be in touch shortly.
Gemma Harvey Year 3/4 Teacher
My Yr 3/4 class went to Walberswick for our half termly class trip during our topic ‘water, water everywhere ‘. We were greeted by Dani by the waterside and the children were fitted for life jackets. This was done swiftly and each child was checked to ensure they were wearing it correctly. Dani and her driver then took half my class on the boat whilst the others sketched the riverbank. We then swapped over later in the morning. During the boat ride Dani covered a range of our curriculum objectives including the features of the river, nature and wildlife, the historical importance of the river and instructions on how the boat worked. This information was delivered to the children using stories and resources. The children really enjoyed the story of the lady smuggler from Southwold and Dani brought this historic story to life showing photographs and artefacts to the children. The children used binoculars and wildlife picture mats whilst on board to identify birds and wildlife. We even saw a seal. The trip was really informative for the children but also allowed them the opportunity to safely travel down the river which really bought our topic to life! Thank-you Dani for a great trip, we will see you again next year!