Half Day or Full Day Packages
1:8
KS2, KS3, KS4
7+
Indoor, Outdoor

Introduction

George Mallory once said he wanted to climb Mount Everest simply “because it’s there”. If it’s there, we want to climb it. With a variety of local crags to choose from, there are options for new and experienced climbers.

Session overview

After an initial safety briefing, participants will be given an in-depth introduction to the equipment they will be using during the session. Participants will then receive demonstration before moving on to the activity where they will be instructed throughout.

National curriculum

Subject links: Biology, English, Maths, PE, Physics, Science

SUBJECT TOPIC POINT
English Speaking 1b 1d
English Listening 2a 2c 2e
Maths Calculations 3a 3b 3e
Science Forces & motion 2b 2c
History Chronological Understanding 1a 1b
Physical Education Selecting and Applying Skills Tactics & Compositional Ideas 2a 2b 2c
Physical Education Acquiring & Developing Skills 1a
Physical Education Evaluating & Improving Performance 3a 3b 3c
SUBJECT TOPIC POINT
English Listening 2a 2b
English Speaking 1a
Maths Understanding Measures 4b
Science Forces & motion 2b 2c
Physical Education Acquiring & Developing Skills 1a 1b
Physical Education Breadth of Study f
Physical Education Outdoor and Adventurous Activities 11a 11c
SUBJECT TOPIC POINT
Science Working Scientifically (Scientific Attitudes) Evaluate risks
Science (Biology) The Skeletal & Muscular Systems The structure & functions of the human skeleton to include support/protection/movement & making blood cells
Science (Biology) The Skeletal & Muscular Systems Biomechanics – the interaction between skeleton & muscles
Science (Biology) The Skeletal & Muscular Systems The function of muscles & examples of antagonistic muscles
Science (Physics) Motion and Forces (Describing Motion) Speed & the quantitative relationship between average speed/distance & time (speed = distance ÷ time)
Science (Physics) Motion and Forces (Forces) Forces as pushes or pulls; arising from the interaction between two objects
Physical Education Physical Education Develop their technique & improve their performance in other competitive sports [for example athletics & gymnastics]
Physical Education Physical Education Take part in outdoor & adventurous activities which present intellectual & physical challenges & be encouraged to work in a team; building on trust & developing skills to solve problems either individually or as a group
Physical Education Physical Education Analyse their performances compared to previous ones & demonstrate improvement to achieve their personal best
SUBJECT TOPIC POINT
Science Working Scientifically (The Development of Scientific Thinking ) Evaluating risks both in practical science & the wider societal context including perception of risk
Science Working Scientifically (The Development of Scientific Thinking ) Recognising the importance of peer review of results & of communication of results to a range of audiences
Physics Forces Forces and fields: gravity
Physical Education Physical Education Develop their technique & improve their performance in other competitive sports [for example athletics & gymnastics] or other physical activities [for example dance]
Physical Education Physical Education Take part in further outdoor & adventurous activities in a range of environments which present intellectual & physical challenges & which encourage pupils to work in a team; building on trust & developing skills to solve problems either individually or as a group
Physical Education Physical Education Evaluate their performances compared to previous ones & demonstrate improvement across a range of physical activities to achieve their personal best

Learning outcomes

This activity promotes Effective communication, Growing resilience, Managing risk, Problem solving and critical thinking, Recognising abilities and development needs, Skill development.

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