Indoor climbing is ideal as a fun session or reward trip for your school. Bring a class or a whole year group.

As with all our instructed sessions, the whole group is involved throughout the session, not only climbing but helping with the belaying, encouraging one another and working as a team.

We will provide full risk assessments and insurance for your Trips & Visits Coordinator.

Redpoint Climbing Centre is the only climbing centre in the West Midlands to be AALA licensed (R2134) and is an approved provider for councils in the surrounding area including Birmingham, Sandwell, Solihull and Coventry.

Our friendly Redpoint instructors are fully qualified, have CRB/DBS checks and follow our comprehensive Child & Vulnerable Adult Safeguarding policy.

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Kids can’t stop taking about it!

Took a class of 29 Y3s to try out indoor climbing for the first time. Brilliant! Professional, fun, challenging. Kids can’t stop talking about it. Highly recommended.

Claire Dismorr
1 hour lesson
Instructor and all equipment included
Includes free use of group room if required
Minimum age 5
Advance booking required
Discounted rate for Schools, Youth Clubs, Scouts etc
£ 9 / person
Booking enquiry
1.5 hour lesson
Instructor and all equipment included
Includes free use of group room if required
Minimum age 5
Advance booking required
Discounted rate for Schools, Youth Clubs, Scouts etc
£ 13.50 / person
Booking enquiry
2 hour lesson
Instructor and all equipment included
Includes free use of group room if required
Minimum age 5
Advance booking required
Discounted rate for Schools, Youth Clubs, Scouts etc
£ 18 / person
Booking enquiry

Just a few benefits of climbing

Concentration, focus and patience

In an age where kids and adults alike have so many demands on their attention, kids really benefit from activities that encourage focus and concentration.

We live in a society that tends not to encourage or reward patience. Rock climbing is an activity that amply demonstrates the kids the value of patience, perseverance and determination encouraging them to be focused and determined yet fluid and adaptable in achieving their goal of getting to the top.

Coordination

Rock climbing involves agility in its movement, so it’s also great at developing hand-eye coordination along with fine motor skills. Children, especially adolescents, are continually grappling with a body that’s always growing and changing. It can be challenging to coordinate the mind and body when both are changing so rapidly. Rock climbing imbues kids the coordination to make growing up a little easier.

Discipline and Confidence

Finally, as kids hone the physical and mental skills they need to overcome increasingly complex tasks in their rock climbing, they will grow in confidence in their abilities. They will then be able to apply this same confidence to every aspect of their lives. They will also learn discipline as they continuously strive to better themselves and overcome new challenges