Team & Individual Challenges
Learning to take on different roles at different times
The ability to work well as a team involves interacting and communicating with others, understanding goals and priorities, and being able to contribute to a shared purpose.
No matter what aspect of life we look at, it is crucial that we be able to take on different roles at different times. Sometimes we have to be a team player, other times a leader and sometimes are expected to work well on our own. We include team and individual challenges in our programmes to support the children in learning the importance of leadership and collaboration, self-discipline, working both independently and collaboratively, learning to listen, when to negotiate, when to compromise and when to stand firm.
Participating in team challenges helps children to develop a greater sense of social competency as they learn to listen, interpret and respond to their peers' needs. Team challenges also build negotiation techniques helping children to satisfy their own needs, as well as those of other team members.
Children also learn to reflect on their individual experience versus the experience of the team. Individual Challenges
Setting children individual challenges helps them to learn a great deal about themselves. For example, how they like to work. Some children enjoy working independently while others prefer a more structured environment. Individual challenges also help children to learn whether they work well at their own pace or work better when encouraged by others. Self-awareness, self-motivation, and self-regulation are key capabilities all children should acquire.
Skills Clubs at Skill Supply
Skill Clubs provided by Skill Supply are holiday clubs with a difference. They are exciting, challenging, unusual and most of all fun.
Challenge 4 Change
Challenge 4 Change is a charity whose aim is to help individuals by removing barriers and building stronger communities, forging links between the diverse groups that make up each community. C4C provide team building courses to enable people to acquire skills, knowledge and understanding of both themselves and others through experience in a unique and engaging way. They have a fantastic indoor training facility in Manchester with an arena equipped with many different ground level challenges, including an assault course and tyre pit. Oh, and it even has a real prison cell!
Kids in Space
Kids in Space through its Engaging Young Minds programme aims to Inspire, Engage, and Motivate young people through the medium of outer-space and related technology. Kids in Space runs tailored workshops for Camp Evolution that develop the creative, imaginative and problem-solving abilities of our young people.