Can Schools book us?
Outdoor and adventurous activities (OAA) is perhaps the least well known but perhaps has the most potential to help all pupils achieve and enjoy. If you don’t currently deliver any of this area of activity you should consider it. OAA can help to promote pupils confidence, self-esteem, interpersonal skills, lateral thinking, communication, thinking skills, team working, independence.....the list goes on.
Laser Combat provides children with the opportunity to participate in challenging activities within and beyond the school grounds. By taking part in laser combat children are presented with mental and physical challenges as well as being encouraged to work collaboratively, building on trust and developing skills to solve problems either as an individual or as a group.
Predator Assault endeavour to provide activities that support the four core strands of learning in physical education:
1. Acquiring and Developing skills
2. Selecting and Applying skills, tactics and compositional ideas
3. Knowledge and Understanding of Fitness and Health
4. Evaluating and Improving performance
Many schools feel the only option provided to them is to take the children on a residential experience. They would of course raise issues such as: access, curriculum time, COST and staff time and responsibility.
We have a solution for you. Predator Assault, Laser combat is a Berkshire based business. We have our own grounds which provides 2 different gaming scenarios or alternatively we can come to your school grounds and set up a gaming area using our inflatable range. Both options guarantee we can provide the best service possible to you. We can tailor each session to meet the needs and experiences of your children ensuring they meet the Outdoor and adventurous activities objectives in the national curriculum guidance.
“Outdoor activities, both at school and on residential courses, enable pupils to enjoy challenging and unfamiliar experiences that test and develop their physical, social and personal skills. They can be among the most memorable experiences for pupils of their school days”
David Bell, HMCI, September 2004