Raft Building for primary children

Working with your team mates you will face the challenge of building a raft that can be paddled by your whole group. You will be given big floating barrels, some wooden poles and a whole heap of rope and straps. If you need it you can get some help with learning to tie knots. The planning and design of the raft (and building it!) is all up to you though! If it is strong enough you and your team mates will take to the water and paddle it together. Falling in may not be optional – it depends on how well you tied the knots!

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Raft Building for teens

The aim of raft building is to see if you and your team can plan, design and construct a raft out of limited equipment that will allow you to all stay afloat. It will take cooperation and team work to create the raft from scratch but then it will require a sense of adventure and a willingness to face the consequences when it comes time to get on the water. Races and games will test your faith in your teams’ creation. Will you sink or survive?

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Raft Building for young adults

This challenge may involve you getting very, very wet. Maybe even deliberately. However, its true purpose is to allow you and your team to face a practical challenge that will require cooperation, leadership and faith in each other to complete. Your raft will be the vessel that will transport your team across the water. Its success relies on everyone in the team playing their part. All you need to do is to work out how to turn that pile of barrels, poles and ropes into a sea-worthy craft!

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