At Proactivity we love the fact that we can bring people together and build relationships. Afterall, it is the ability to be able to work together with others that builds strong communities. Our activities range from short problem solving activities to station rotation days that engage, excite and empower the participants.

Our team building programs are designed for both primary and secondary students and are designed to increase motivation and engage your students through positive learning experiences. We nurture individuals, so they achieve success through a variety of tasks that promote communication skills, physical challenges, teamwork and problem solving.


Proactivity Team Building Tug Of War

Our coaches are trained to encourage collaboration and the benefit is knowing who has knowledge, trusting them and using each others experience to solve a task. We create activities that students enjoy and can experience as a group. Experiences that build relationships and develop your students networks in your school community. Out-of-the-ordinary team building tasks give students permission to use their imagination, to come up with creative solutions, and they send the message that creativity and bouncing ideas off each other, is welcome.

Perhaps the key benefit of a Proactivity team building activity is improved communication between students staff and the school community. Enjoyable, fun activities allow everyone to get to know each other, create a better understanding of each other and break down walls of mistrust by encouraging people to focus on what they have in common rather than their differences.

Our Proactivity team building programs can be adapted to meet the needs of your students and you are given a selection of options and costs that allow you to pick and choose team building experiences that are affordable and will be held at your school.

Call our Proactivity team today and discuss with us the ways we can support you to develop a sense of belonging in your students that builds a strong community for your school.

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