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Shelter Building

Test survival skills by working in teams to create shelters that withstand the harshest elements!

RECOMMENDED FOR YEARS 3-12

Our Shelter Building Incursion provides an opportunity for students to develop their team building skills by working towards a common goal. Students will be required to design their shelter so that it works within their budget whilst consider various design elements including suitability of materials.  Students shelter must protect their whole team from the harshest weather conditions including Hurricane Supreme!

Students will learn about various types of human-made and natural shelters and discover why they are built the way they are. Students must also use their Shelter Building money wisely and brainstorm needs vs wants, calculating refunds and exchanges. All requiring communication, negotiation and team work to complete their task successfully. 

 

Our qualified teachers are fantastic at tailoring this incursion to suit your focus so please give us as much information as possible.

 

All you have to do is check the 'Important Information' below and we will do the rest.

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

  • A large unfurnished gymnasium or hall is required for this Incursion
  • Our instructor will arrive an hour before your start time to set up
  • This session runs for 90 minutes.
  • 40 students maximum per session
  • We will structure the sessions around your school timetable
  • Teachers must be present during the session
  • A minimum 75% deposit must be made 7 days from the date of booking for your incursion to go ahead.
  • You will be invoiced in accordance to your normal student numbers. Please let us know if there are any variations on the day and we will amend the invoice accordingly.

 

Shelter Building

Focus

This incursion is very fun for everyone! It is an outdoors adventure style activity that should not be missed!

 

  • Team work
  • Problem solving
  • Resilience
  • Budgeting and maths skills
  • Construction and design 
  • Fun and celebrations  

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

Our students were so engaged. They all found something to do. They got to work together, follow rules and have fun. They also experienced working with wheels and building. It was a wonderful activity for 37 children in our program. Emily was positive, helpful and calm. Thank you

Morrabin PS

Love this company! Always hands on for the kids and directed at their level. They have so much fun but also learn to create and collaborate. Thanks Ryan for another great visit. Please keep us informed of all the different units that you cater for.

Orchard Grove PS

I have been using Supreme incursions for around 7 years. The incursions we have had have been well organized,engaging and show the links with Curriculum areas. Ryan has been a familiar face at St Michaels with the Biily cart and Orienteering incursion. His manner and expertise is outstanding, and his management of the students is extremely effective. Thanks again for another memorable incursion.

St Michael's PS, Ashburton

Love this company! Always hands on for the kids and directed at their level. They have so much fun but also learn to create and collaborate. Thanks Ryan for another great visit. Please keep us informed of all the different units that you cater for.

Orchard Grove PS

Ryan was fabulous, he engaged the students and had them excited to learn. The incursion was a great introduction into circuits and the students where buzzing with their learning back in the classroom. Thank you!

Antonio Park PS

The Incursion most definitely engaged our usually difficult to engage students, mainly because its very hands on and 'fun' for the students. I think Billy Carts was one of my own and the students favourite incursion so far. They had a fantastic time participating in the activities and riding their own Billy Carts.

Sirius College

The students were highly engaged and they were able to recall many of the learnings of the session, not just the activity. Thank you very much for re-arranging the time and being flexible.

St. Richard's Primary School

All the students were all definitely engaged and also learnt many science facts as well. It was all handled very professionally and teachers were able to just observe without having to intervene or having to run experiments.

Casey Grammar School

It was a very engaging experience for our students, particularly those students typically difficult to engage.

St. Mary's Dandenong

The variety of different activities, incorporating visual, hands on and physical engaged all students.

Camberwell South PS