What do Waterworld say about the challenge?
Waterworld’s commercial manager Wayne Goodall said: “We are thrilled to be teaming up with The Inspirational Learning Group to offer school children across the country a new and exciting project to get stuck into.
“All our sites across the Waterworld Leisure Resort have been developed into the high-quality attractions they are today through dedication, passion and entrepreneurial spirit; this is what we hope to see from the students taking part in this challenge.
“The project gives these children an opportunity to push the boundaries of the traditional school curriculum and they may even see their ideas come to life at Waterworld in the future!”
What do TILG say about the challenge?
Michael Dyer, co-founder of The Inspirational Learning Group, said: “We’re absolutely delighted to be teaming up with Staffordshire-based water park Waterworld on this year’s National Primary School Challenge.
“Last year’s challenge was a huge success on a local level and this is the first time that we have worked with primary aged students on a national scale.
“With fantastic feedback from teachers and pupils alike on our local challenges, we’re looking forward to seeing this year’s entries and welcoming the finalists to an exciting event next year”.
What did last year’s participants have to say?
“I have learnt to cooperate with team members & how to make decisions and delegate”.
“My favourite part of the day was pitching my idea to my classmates and acting out my advert”.
“What we have learnt today is useful because we worked with people we didn’t know well and we have now got skills that we can use in the future”
For more information regarding the challenge, contact The Inspirational Learning Group by calling 01785 550160 or fill out this enquiry form.