The Project Adventure Philosophy
A philosophy that we are passionate about is the Project Adventure by Karl Rohnke. The Project Adventure Philosophy involves cooperative games which create an atmosphere that is fun, supportive and challenging. In general, students are usually more capable (mentally, emotionally, and physically) than they perceive themselves to be, and if given the opportunity to try in a supportive atmosphere, they can discover this excellence within themselves.
The main goal of this philosophy is to increase participant’s sense of personal confidence and mutual support within a group and to develop an increased level of agility and physical literacy. By adopting the Project Adventure philosophy at AISA, children will be encouraged to play with one another, to never feel the fear of failure, and to increase their self-esteem.