Peak Leisure Innovations offer a range of engaging and exciting activities delivered at your location.
Our session plans link to many aspects of the National Curriculum and your pupils will receive activities delivered by dynamic instructors who are experts at bringing activities to life.
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Peak Leisure Innovations worked closely with us to ensure that the activities provided matched our demanding customer base and we opted for a fully outsourced provision to complement our existing entertainment programme.
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Participants will improve co-ordination and motor skills with circus favourites including, juggling, diablo, plate spinning, flower sticks and even the traditional yo-yo.
Cocooned inside an inflatable zorb, participants will learn to perform front and back flips and even side flip alongside playing games including sumo, eliminator and races.
The frisbee has been a firm children’s favourite since the 1970’s. Now combined with the game of golf participants get to play an exciting modern take on a traditional classic. A fantastic game which requires more skill and accuracy than physical fitness.
Mixing together traditional skipping with modern hip-hop tunes and fancy footwork Skip-Hop is a fun and exciting activity which promotes massive health benefits. Progressing beginners and season skippers alike through a series of dynamic moves culminating in participants producing amazing routines all finished off with a modern take on traditional long rope (playground) skipping.
Participants will undertake a whole host of initiative exercise individually and in teams. All tasks require the participants to “THINK” but, do they have the skills and ability to carry them out successfully. Excellent for developing communication skills and working in groups.
Combining physical exercise along with mental agility orienteering is a firm favourite at many outdoor activity centers. With a course set up within your school grounds or nearby park or woodland. Participants will learn about scale, symbols, decision making, route planning and map reading.
Understanding our environment is becoming a lost skill and consequently experiencing the outdoors is now considered a necessity within schools. Participants learn how to make the link between their environment and the map. They will then become familiar with grid references, scales and symbols before getting to grips with a compass and taking bearings.
A traditional favourite, full of fun and laughter. Participants take part in a number of events including the “egg and spoon race”, “sack race” and “welly wangging”. Teachers are encouraged to enter a team too…
Participants, have to create either a solar powered car or boat using items they would normally through away.
Once their design has been built it’s onto the race. During the activity participants will learn about renewable energy sources and ways in which we can re use many items normally thrown away in our society.