We are always looking for innovative and exciting opportunities we can add to our extracurricular program at RISS to provide students with the sorts of learning opportunities they will never forget.
With this in mind, we are excited to introduce a new Outdoor Education programme for the 2018/19 school year.
This programme is specially designed to give students the chance to learn how to survive in the natural world by teaching them vital skills such as map reading, using coordinates, making a fire, building a shelter and recognising plants and seeds. More importantly, students will learn how to deal with challenging and evolving situations that serve to promote values such as responsibility, respect and courage.
At RISS we know that not all learning takes place in the classroom and by putting students in new and challenging environments they will not only learn new skills but also learn a great deal about themselves - and have a wonderful adventure in the process.