Facing change with confidence
Changing schools is a big step that can be challenging for any child – solving problems, coping with new situations and environments and making new friends. How best to help students build the right foundations for their school career.
A PGL Orientation Camp is an ideal way to encourage your year groups to bond, support each other, build trust and forge stronger relationships with each other and with you – their teacher.
So how does it work?
Using adventure activities to stimulate learning and growth, our camps are run by trained PGL instructors who tailor the adventure sessions to meet your learning objectives.
Our instructors facilitate discussion – and a Plan-Do-Review approach helps your students to assess and understand what they’ve learnt – the connections, the insights and the impact it has on their own behaviours.
Our camps are ideal for whole year groups or single classes and perfect for getting the new school year off to an inspiring start. So help your pupils cope with the challenges of change with a PGL Orientation Camp.
A typical camp
|12.00 : Arrive||Lunch 14.00: Abseiling 15.30: Canoeing||Dinner Team Exercises|
|Breakfast 09.00: Challenge Course 10.30: Raft Building||Lunch 14.00: Flying Fox 15.30: Initiative Exercises||Dinner Passport to the World|
|Breakfast 09.00: Climbing 10.30: Possum Glider Review Session||Lunch Depart for home|
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