Entrust's new outdoor adventure programme 'Rescue One Zero'

Schools wondering how best to use their new PE and sport premium funding may be interested to learn that Entrust Outdoors has launched a new one-day product, known as Rescue One Zero. 

Download the Rescue One Zero brochure with a typical
itinerary for more information.

Blending outdoor education, personal development and sport, Rescue One Zero is an all-new, action-packed team building event for pupils at KS2.

Working as members of an elite crisis response team, under the call sign Rescue One Zero, pupils will spend the day tackling a series of practical team building tasks and challenging problem-solving activities, all of which serve as a powerful vehicle for personal development.  Over the space of just one day, pupils will have the opportunity to develop and practise a wide range of interpersonal skills, including communication; cooperation; collaboration; self-confidence; decision making; problem solving; trust; consideration for others; resilience; risk management and reflective learning.

The day also involves an element of upskilling for school staff.  Having learned a number of effective teambuilding techniques from the Entrust instructors, teaching staff will then be able to use these methods to further develop the pupils over the remainder of the year.

The Rescue One Zero team building day has been specifically designed to meet the Outdoor and Adventurous Activities criteria for the PE and sport curriculum and, as such, schools may wish to use their PE and Sport Premium funding to cover the cost of the day.

For more information please call 0333 300 1900 or email oecbookings@entrust-ed.co.uk. Alternatively visit Entrust's website

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