A very popular first night activity. Prior to the walk, groups are given visual planning of the route along with a map, two-way radio and flashlights. Teams are driven off-site and dropped at an agreed starting point. They will then need to find their way back to Fairplay House whilst being responsible for keeping their team safe.
Facing fears, Supporting others, Challenging environment.
Empathise with others, Work with a range of people, Make the most of others strengths.
Managing yourself and your emotions, Keeping yourself and others safe.
National Curriculum Links:
Understand geographical similarities and differences through the study of human and physical features, of a place in the United Kingdom. Use maps to locate features of a place. Use the eight points of a compass, four and six figure grid references, symbols and key (including the use of Ordnance Survey maps) to build their knowledge of the 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
OS map, compass directions, symbols, contrasting locality, location, route, directions, location, woodland, physical features.
Activity Passport Links:
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