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CLIP 6521

Teamwork on a climbing wall (pt 2/2)

Teamwork on a climbing wall (pt 2/2)
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Key Info
  • Teamwork on a climbing wall (pt 2/2)
  • Duration: 01:38
  • Christine Bleakley joins a group of children on a visit to Tollymore Mountain Centre in Northern Ireland. On the climbing wall, children experience the importance of team-work. A lot of concentration is required and working in pairs ensures everyone stays safe.
  • Subject:

    PSHE

       Topic:

    Relationships: Teamwork and Mediation

  • Keywords: climbing wall, climbing, exercise, trust, team work, working together, Northern Ireland, Tollymore Mountain Centre
Ideas for use in class
  • Ask the pupils to make a list of places they've been in the course of one day: how many different 'communities' or 'groups' were they part of? (eg family, class, friends, shoppers, cinema audience, team etc). They can then select two of these groups/communities and note down what they know about different people's roles in different circumstances. Ask them to think about the best ways for groups to work together (eg listening to each other, helping each other, working together, reaching a compromise etc).
Background details
  • Clip language : English
  • Aspect ratio : 16x9

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