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Team - (together everyone achieves more)

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Children on ropesThis day program utilises our new Low Ropes Challenge Course to provide opportunities for students to complete challenging elements and problems as both individuals and team members. Students will require group problem solving skills to negotiate the Whale Watch Platform, Spider Web and Planet Ooze. Students will have opportunities to reflect on their strategies and plans, with a view to enhancing the achievement of personal and group objectives. All Barambah programs require students to adhere to minimal impact practices in our outdoor context.

Australian Curriculum links

Personal and social capabilities

The capability involves students in a range of practices including recognising and regulating emotions, developing empathy for others and understanding relationships, establishing and building positive relationships, making responsible decisions, working effectively in teams, handling challenging situations constructively and developing leadership skills.

Level 4

Describe the influence that personal qualities and strengths have on their learning outcomes.

Contribute to groups and teams, suggesting improvements in methods used for group investigations and projects.

Identify factors that influence decision making and consider the usefulness of these in making decisions.

Devise strategies and formulate plans to assist in the completion of challenging tasks and the maintenance of personal safety.

Level 5

Make a realistic assessment of their abilities and achievements, and prioritise areas for improvement.

Assess the extent to which individual roles and responsibilities enhance group cohesion and the achievement of personal and group objectives.

Assess individual and group decision-making processes in challenging situations.

Assess, adapt and modify personal and safety strategies and plans, and revisit tasks with renewed confidence.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures

OI. 2: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities maintain a special connection to and responsibility for Country/Place throughout all of Australia.

Sustainability

OI. 9: Sustainable futures result from actions designed to preserve and/or restore the quality and uniqueness of

Critical and creative thinking

Level 4

Apply knowledge gained from one context to another unrelated context and identify new meaning.

Level 5

Justify reasons for decisions when transferring information to similar and different contexts.

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Last reviewed 28 March 2019
Last updated 28 March 2019