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High element activities should be banned in schools

Post by abbby » Sat, 06 Feb 2021 11:50 am

Not sure the relation to building more confidence in the child, but there are other better ways to build up confidence in them. In view of the ACJ(I) boy who died during the activity for school. It should be totally banned instead of 'stopped till investigations have been carried out'.

Poor boy probably died of cardiac arrest..
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Re: High element activities should be banned in schools

Post by Lisafuller » Sat, 06 Feb 2021 4:00 pm

Definitely agree! These are children with no prior training, even if they are being supervised I still think it’s incredibly unsafe. These high element activities should be stopped completely to prevent tragedies like this from happening ever again. Cause of death wasn’t confirmed though, I doubt it was cardiac arrest. Possibly heat stroke.

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Re: High element activities should be banned in schools

Post by PNGMK » Mon, 08 Feb 2021 8:49 am

No they shouldn't. (My son is a trained high rope instructor in NPCC).
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