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School & Group Activity Trips 201108www.rockleyadventure.coM 01202 677 272The opportunities for learning outside the classroom offered as part of our activity trips provide almost endless cross curricular links and contribute to the outcomes of 'Every Child Matters' and 'The Children's Plan' as well as overall QCDA curriculum aimsA Rockley Adventure trip helps students to develop personally and socially. Whilst taking part in our activities they work as individuals, in groups and in teams, taking on different roles and responsibilities.The opportunities for cross curricular links and taking the experiences and memories of their activity trip back to the classroom are unique and invaluable.By setting progressive, challenging and attainable goals, groups can use a Rockley Adventure trip as a great new environment in which to help deliver training in the transferable skills that help children with their transition between the key stages and into the wider world.Enabling schools - The Develop new skillsDevelop new skillsDevelop leadership & teamworkingDevelop Having funNational Curriculum - Key Stages 2, 3 & 4Sunlight & fresh air

School & Group Activity Trips 201109www.rockleyadventure.coM 01202 677 272PhysicsChemistryBiologyMeteorologyP.E.How can a boat sail upwind?Why do different materials make better boats, bikes and boards?Spot the foodchains in the lake The weather is changeableThe activities speak for themselvesHistoryGeographyMathsFrenchCitizenshipWhat links Aquitaine to England?How does the sea and wind shape the coastline?How fast is my bike traveling?Combien sont les glaces?How can we work as a team to build a raft?The Rockley lesson plan:The Rockley Classroom Learn to manage risksHealthy LivingLearning to achieveDevelop confidenceActive body.......Active mind