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Try a host of different activities in glorious Turkish surroundings.
Whether your school has told you that they will running a School Adventure and you want to find out more about it, or you are doing some independent research, we’re tried to condense the most specific elements in to the list below:
Loads of things! Well we think so, they’re definitely more fun than sitting at home watching TV or tidying your room, but I suppose it depends what you class as exciting though, staring in to the eyes of a wild mountain gorilla, standing on the highest point in Africa and kayaking over a sunken city is pretty exciting for us…
We think that what makes a School Adventure so fun and exciting is that you’ll get to do so much during your holiday – visit new places, try new activities – and even if you have been to the country before or are a pro at a particular pursuit, we can assure you that you will not be bored as our Leaders are brilliant at finding new ways to challenge you!
Isn’t it obvious? You’ll have a fantastic time!
You will also gain lots of new skills, too many for us to simply list so instead we’ve mentioned a few that we think are going to be particularly useful to you in the future:
All of these things won’t just make you a more interesting person, they’ll provide you with topics to talk about and experiences to draw upon if you plan to go to University, when applying for jobs and they’ll also help you in the rest of your schooling. In addition you will have some experience of adventure travel should you ever wish to take a Gap Year, or arrange your own independent holiday. So perhaps the question should be, “why wouldn’t you want to take part in an Exodus School Adventure”?
Quite simply, an Exodus School Adventure is for anyone who wants to get out there and have fun.
If your school has already told you that they’ll be running an Exodus School Adventure then make sure you come along to the Information Evening (bring your parents if they’re around) to find out more about it and get details on how to sign-up.
If you don’t think that your school has one of these trips planned, why not speak to a teacher and tell them about us and direct them to our website. If you can’t think of a teacher to talk to about this, you could fill out a form online with the details of your school and we’ll try to find a teacher on your behalf.