XP Outdoors

We are delighted to share some remarkable insights into the impact of XP Outdoor sessions since their integration into our Crew curriculum.

It’s truly heartening to witness how these sessions have not only provided valuable support to students in various ways but have also presented challenges that contribute to their growth.

As we embark on this journey, we are committed to building our community through activism, leadership, and equity, sharing our stories as we go—all of which aligns seamlessly with the goal of fostering meaningful relationships.

We have a wonderful opportunity to work with Instincts Training. An educational program which address the issue of anti-social behaviour, covering topics such as violence, harassment, misogyny, and consent. These courses are specifically crafted to explain the reasons why it is crucial for individuals to steer clear of these paths that may lead to criminal behaviour.

Moving into Term 2b – XP Outdoor sessions and Instincts Training will work together on the following workshops.

Please get in touch with Emma Watson – [email protected] or Angella Parker – [email protected] for further information or if you have any questions.

C30 – HSBC Money Management

XP Outdoors transforms to Learning Outside the Classroom – This term we have been given a fantastic opportunity to have HSBC Money Management team come and run 3 sessions on managing money. Here we are in session designed to help young people understand regular household expenses
such as rent, council tax, utility bills and food.

Students really engaged in the session provoking awesome discussions and ideas. What a way to add value and support to the amazing futures XP Students have in store.

Next we will move onto:

Savvy Shopping – Considers advertising and making smart purchases. A chance to explore what is
good value, how to spot a great offer and how loyalty, reward and store cards work.

Managing Your Outgoings – Looks at how to manage your spending and make sure you don’t get caught out by unexpected bills as well as making sure that you are getting value for money when
you do spend.