Choose from a range of activities including Archery, Bushcraft, Orienteering and Teambuilding and with our help we design a day that meets the needs and learning outcomes of your class and Pupils.
Archery is a sport for all and while it helps to build muscle endurance and flexibility, develop hand eye coordination and body strength it also teaches discipline, respect and self-control – something that carries over into pupils’ attitude, work habits and other school activity. Coaches and teachers involved in school archery have found that pupils who do not normally participate and enjoy sports-related or extracurricular activities seem to love and are good at this sport – it is a great option for the non-sporty and semi-sporty young people, giving pupils a strong sense of personal achievement.
Orienteering offers pupils real world opportunities to understand time, distance, sequences and patterns in a fun, engaging outdoor environment that stretches the mind as well as the body.
Orienteering is an easy sport to develop at KS1 and KS3 with clear links and progression onto KS3 and KS4 Guidelines for Orienteering in GCSE PE
Learning to work together is a core skill that pupils need to develop not only to be able to fin in within a classroom environment but fundamentally within all aspects of their developing lives.
KS2 – “take part in outdoor and adventurous activity challenges both individually and within a team”
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