Key stage 1 & 2 Team Building Activity Days
WiseUp offer a range of problem solving activity days designed specifically to suit learners in Key Stage 1 & 2. All of the equipment needed for these events is brought to your school in one of our specially designed vans. Our team of instructors will run the event from start to finish. This means teachers can focus on having as much fun as the students.
We recognise the significant developmental changes pupils go through between the ages of 5-11. Our activity days help learners build new relationships with others while solving challenges together. These
Our range of team building days fit with curriculum learning for these Key Stages, and are great fun.
The team at WiseUp are enthusiastic about providing high quality school activity days. These are as educational as they are entertaining. We have worked with over 1000 schools, big and small, rolling out of our range of exciting activities to locations all over the country.
Taking children out of the classroom can be a fantastic idea. It helps bolster real life learning and gives practical examples of how the information they learn can help them in the real world. But organising these trips can often be costly and difficult to plan.
WiseUp eliminate this problem by bringing everything you need for a jam packed day of fun, straight to you.
What we offer
Our list of Key Stage 1 & 2 activity days is constantly growing, as we strive to create new and exciting ways for children to learn while having fun.
For a fantastic team building activity day, take a look at our newest challenge, Mission Possible. This has been specifically tailored to match the skills of younger learners, and is the perfect option for primary school students. Our ever popular Bushcraft Challenge and Hub Challenge will also guarantee your students a great day. Other activities include orienteering and our educational animal talks.
Whatever you choose, you can rest assured that each activity is planned and organised to make it fun and informative for every child in your group.