Playing co-opertive games can be fun. It's even more fun when the older children teach the younger ones. Involving mid day supervisors too makes playtime part of the co-operative experince at school. 


How attendees will Benefit:


Fun and better experiences of school. 



Who should attend: 


Most of our courses are for your exisiting group. School, community groups or businesses. 


What attendees will learn: 


Games, ways of communicating and how to delegate. 


About the trainers:


Our co-operative has trainers in various parts of East Anglia and when an enquiry is made we see who is available to be your point of contact. 



Book a Place:  


Please email us on office@firstquestion.coop or phone to discuss. 

  • Inclusive activities and games help to make your playground a more positive place for pupils to be and to empower young people to become actively involved in the playground experience.
  • Our sustainable approach includes analysis of your current environment and celebrating successful initiatives, followed by a consensual design of improvements to current situation.
  • Training for midday supervisors, teachers and pupils, tailored to age groups, enabling a whole school approach to be nurtured to ensure a positve experience for all.
  • The activities require little equipment and are great fun while encouraging teamwork and co-operation.


Join us for our regular   

Co-operative Values and Principles Development Days.

"What is a co-operative" followed by exploration into how co-operative values and principles shape our lives. 

Contact us for dates, venues and prices. 

Olympic Enterprises

Riverwalk School, Bury St. Edmunds. Enterprise week. Tailored to suit the SEN school. 

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