Experiential Learning is the use of experiences in the outdoors for recreation, education and development purposes.We offer a variety of programmes for students, which can be offered in increasing levels to the various standards in schools, colleges and other educational institutions, to encourage an evolving and lasting attitude toward being aware about the world we live in, and the people we live among. Our programs present students with realistic outdoor challenges within safe and fun environments.
Programs integrating environmental education result in higher grades and standardized test scores in reading, writing and maths. The Outdoor Education Program usually has an Official Brief Opening Ceremony where participants will be taken through what the whole programme entails and familiarization of rules and regulations.
Areas of Learning Available (AOL)
•Archery: It is the art of using a bow to shoot arrows at a target, is one of the oldest precision sports still practised today. Archery is great for Kids Birthday Parties, Barbeques, As a Family fun activity and so much more.Along with basic target practise, we introduce games, including burst the balloon, to ensure a challenging and fun experience. Learn how to shoot a bow correctly and accurately, learn about stance and positioning. Thus, while also learning a new skill, archery can improve hand/eye coordination and motor/muscle memory.
•Mountain Biking/Cycling: It is the sport of riding bicycles off-road, often over rough terrain, using specially designed mountain bikes.
•Leave No Trace: If you spend much time in the great outdoors, you’re likely to hear the phrase “Leave No Trace” as often as you hear “the Ten Essentials.” What does it mean? Simply put, it’s the best practices we should follow to enjoy and protect our natural spaces.
•Orienteering: It is a group of sports that requires navigational skills using a map and compass to navigate from point to point in diverse and usually unfamiliar terrain whilst moving at their own pace. Participants are given a topographical map, usually a specially prepared orienteering map, which they use to find control/grid points.
•Outdoor Adventure & Survival: Students learn how to prepare for any outdoor adventure and what to do in a survival situation.
•Pioneering: Students learn engineering techniques by building structures such as bridges, tripods and ladders using knots and lashing skills.
•Team Building: Facilitators inspire students to develop teamwork, leadership and communication skills by presenting them with various challenges and obstacles which they solve by working as a team.
•Wilderness First Aid: Students learn how to handle medical situations which they might encounter while on an adventure in the outdoors.
•The Program for Your Students: Kindly choose a minimum of Five (5) Areas of Learning for Your Students to participate in to create a truly unique learning experience.