A team of creative and hardworking people have come together at Hella Hella to create a magnificent Bush School. The programme is designed to compliment the efforts of both parents and educators in homes and schools. At Hella Hella, educators and outdoor facilitators work together for the maximum benefit of the participant.
The experience is set in the majestic Mkomazi River valley just an hour outside of Pietermaritzburg and 1,5 hours from Durban. Here high priority is given to the excitement of exploration and discovery, the need for adventure, the professional facilitation of learning and the planned application of discoveries back on home turf. The desired outcomes of both school and individuals are vital to the design of the daily programme activities.
A HELLA HELLA EXPERIENCE will go a long way to creating the following results:
The ability to lead (the servant way)
Group development/bonding and team enhancement
The personal, balanced development of participants (mental, social, physical and spiritual)
Discovering personal and/or team priorities and defining them.
The extension of personal limits (without coercion)
The ability to choose to live positively without blaming
Have fun while learning
The staff at Hella Hella are a diverse group of well trained, qualified and experienced people, well able to meet the demands of facilitating a dynamic and safe growth experience for both primary and high school groups. A maximum group size of 110 participants is the normal limit accepted at Hella Hella. Alternatives for bigger groups can be discussed.
What can happen at HELLA HELLA?
Unique team challenges, where emphasise is placed on individual and group learning and the roles individuals within the team.
Ensuring learning is is apllicable and transferable to home, school or work.
Curriculum-based courses - (application focused)
Cultural Tours if requested.
Hands-on/applied leadership development
Swimming and tubing
Personal and Creative expression on paper or on clay
Participants are housed in comfortable bungalows (16 per spacious room) with attached ablution facilities. Participants need to supply their own bedding and towel but a pillow and a clean sheet is provided on bunk beds.