This activity is one of our most successful for team building. This unique caving system has a variety of challenges which increase in complexity and difficulty as the session progresses and confidence increases. It’s a great opportunity for the team to work independently.
Maximum group size: 15
Minimum age: 7
Taking on a challenge, Facing fears, Encouraging others.
Support and encourage each other, Perform and contribute to your team, Guide and advise each other
Self-belief, Listening to and following instructions, Leading your team.
National Curriculum Links:
Take part in outdoor and adventurous activities within a team. Physically active for sustained periods of time. Develop flexibility, strength, technique, control and balance. Lead a healthy, active lifestyle.
Rocks – compare different kinds of rocks on the basis of simple properties. Describe how fossils are formed when things that have lived are trapped within rock. Recognise that soils are made from rocks and organic matter. Raise questions about what happens when rocks rub together. Discuss what changes happen when rocks are in water?
Compass direction and build knowledge of location in United Kingdom.
We help children to:
- Learn from mistakes, bounce back and try again
- Try new things with a ‘can do’ attitude
- Believe that the harder they work, the better they will get at the things that they do
- Never give up!
- Love learning!
- Keep on trying when challenges occur
- Think their way through problems
- Ask questions and think about our world
- Make links and notice patterns in their experiences
Stalactites, stalagmites, fossils, erosion, porous, limestone, head torch, calcium, carbonate
Activity Passport Links:
You can complete 1 achievments with this activity.