Having fun, playing these games in a team, builds confidence in the students.
The games are not totally sports orientated so there is real inclusion for those who may not already be participating in team sports.
The games are a real ice-breaker, (our motto is "building teams, breaking barriers" ) and are great for first and second years. After initial sessions with TY & 5th years, these students can go on and lead the sessions for younger classes.
Doing these games, some of which are a little mad, is a great way for students to drop their inhibitions and get to see different sides of each other and get to know each other a little better.
We work with corporate too, so why not talk to us about organizing a session for all the staff!
Serious teamwork at Zeminar in the RDS
5th year students from Old Bawn Community School, Tallaght
Breaking the barriers.
Great craic at Zeminar this year in the RDS with teachers; government ministers; students alike.
Testimonial: Gareth Mc Ardle , Dominican College Muckross Park,
Testimonial: Lorraine Morrissey, Liberties college, Dublin.
'The feedback was incredibly positive Paul from both students and tutors.'
Testimonial: Kieran Durkan, P.E and Geography teacher in Old Bawn Community School.
‘In 2017 we invited '35 Stars' into our school to work with our students as part of our P.E programme and also to work with our 6th years in a fun day before they completed thier Leaving Cert.
Ultimately the students really enjoyed the experience and had a great time working together in this fun environment.I would love the opportunity to bring '35 Stars' back to the school in the future.’
Testimonial: Amy Dervin, Teacher at St. Kevins, Community College, Dunlavin, Co. Wicklow.
‘The feedback from the students the next day was fantastic, all the the three classes really had a wonderful time. I’ll definitely be bringing you back next year not alone to work with those three classes but other groups in the school as well.
Thank you very much for coming.’