Bournda Environmental Education Centre offers a range of Peer Support activities that can form a part of any day or overnight program, or can be run by BEEC staff at your school.
Peer Support activities are designed to allow students to develop a sense of self, resilience and connectedness in a supportive group setting. They allow for a fun and engaging way to develop peer connections and assist students to develop practical skills in working cooperatively, relying on others and breaking down social barriers. The activities encourage positive student wellbeing as well as a supportive learning environment.
Bournda Environmental Education Centre run a variety of peer support activities that can be selected including:
Name by name
The Last Detail
Tennis Balls and Tins
Willow in the Wind
PDHPE All stages – Values and Attitudes Outcomes
V1 – Refers to a sense of their own worth and dignity
V2- Respects the right of others to hold different values and attitudes from their own
V3 – Enjoys a sense of belonging
PDHPE Stage 3 – Skills outcomes
Communicates confidently in a variety of situations.
Acts in ways that enhance the contribution of self and others in a range of cooperative situations.
Suggests, considers and selects appropriate alternatives when resolving problems.
PDHPE Stage 3 – Knowledge and Understanding
Applies movement skills in games and sports that require communication, cooperation, decision making and observation of rules.
Describes roles and responsibilities in developing and maintaining positive relationships.