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Children will learn the skills and knowledge to create the best learning environment possible for everyone within the classroom. It will improve a positive attitude towards learning and behaviour and it will also help children academically. This is achieved through children learning the importance of:
- Peer assessment
- Empowered through recognition
Each session begins in the classroom teaching theory and reflective practices. Followed by a practical element outdoors conducting military inspired team building games. Every child will experience leadership and understand the difficulties a teacher has every day when children do not listen in the classroom.
Soft skills are vital within a team and this is at the forefront of every lesson. We cannot all be best friends, but we must learn tolerance to respect one another. We must all have flexibility towards every subject in school.
“I may be good at PE but not at Maths, but I will give 100% to both!”
By improving these three areas children will improve their communication, concentration, self-discipline and ultimately improve positive behaviour within the classroom.
‘I am not arguing, I am explaining why I am right’
As children begin to improve their listening skills they will start to understand there are benefits when conflict happens providing they use their listening skills. In the military it is called the 80/20 rule. 80% listening and 20% talking. Children will learn to take turns in listening to one another’s opinions which can minimise conflict and reduce the need to raise their voices because they have not been listened to. Following the 80/20 rule every child has a voice and any potential escalating conflicting situations can be resolved in a peaceful and respectful manner.
Through our team building outdoors games, children will put everything into practice that they learn in the classroom in a fun and rewarding environment. They will develop teamwork, resilience, become self-aware, improve problem solving and time management.