PPA Cover for Schools
The regular time set aside for Primary school teachers for Planning, Preparation and Assessment is vital for both teachers and children. It does however provide a challenge for teachers and Headteachers to ensure these PPA sessions are covered, and that the time is used effectively to cover key curriculum areas.
At Wildchild we offer a unique solution to your PPA requirements that will also provide your pupils with engaging and inspirational activities in line with key curriculum areas. Our innovative range of outdoor adventure, practical bushcraft activities and skills-based learning programmes means your PPA cover could provide a unique PE session, a hands-on arts & crafts session (learning to use and manipulate natural outdoor resources) or a creative way to explore a classroom topic.
Key Stage 1 and 2 pupils can enjoy activities including Fencing, Archery, Skateboarding, team-building and problem-solving activities and outdoor adventure sessions, giving those who enjoy sport and those who don’t the chance to try something completely different.
As with all our activities our PPA cover programmes are tailored for each school, so please contact us to discuss your requirements, and allow us to develop exciting cover sessions providing the support you need.
For more information click here to request a brochure or call us on 0845 3717099
Wildchild Adventure activities for PPA Cover
Promote outdoor learning
children have the opportunity to engage with the outdoors and explore in a safe environment.
Encourage independent thinking and learning
children are encouraged to work independently and make decisions. Whether deciding on how best to build a bug-shelter, orienteering or navigating a low-ropes course, they are making decisions and taking responsibility for their actions.
Develop teambuilding skills
through planned games and activities designed to encourage pupils (and teachers if required) to get to know each other better. Whether working together to get to the top in a cratestacking challenge, or building a woodland shelter, children are learning crucial team-building skills to benefit them in the classroom and for the future.
Inspire and motivate children
through the introduction of new, non-traditional sports and skills based activities. Discovering new sports such as Skateboarding, Fencing and Archery and creative activities including Animation and Fashion Design can ignite a new passion or even the start of a future career path.
Take Children out of their comfort zone
where they can embrace new adventures, look at things from a different perspective, and just give it a go!