Here at ROKT we are trying to engage with as many children and young adults as we can. May that be through parent child sessions, guide/scout groups, youth groups, pupil referral units or school groups. Climbing, in our eyes and millions of others, is a wonderful sport. With the diversity of skill building and team engagement we see climbing as an all round sport for participants that are and are not athletic. Growing links through the school curriculum and the need for an outdoor education element, we are offering your group unique packages catered around you and your group needs.

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"Our sixth formers have been able to use their time at ROKT to build skills that will set them up for their future. The coaching received and subsequent qualifications they have gained will look great on their CVs. They have also been able to develop the soft skills needed to work towards a common goal, or climb, that has helped them on their developing roles within the college community.

The coaching was well delivered by confident climbers who answered our questions in detail and with relevant examples.

Having ROKT gives our students a fantasic opportunity to learn a new skill."

− Rob Harwood - Rastrick High

"The session which is provided helps young people to gain confidence and self esteem and this is something which Positive Futures is big on. I feel that the partnership with ROKT has been a great investment as we are able to provide something a bit different and unique as apposed to the regular Football, Street dance and Fitness sessions. The session also helps to promote fitness and is very good for encouraging both Male ands Female young people to be involved as apposed to just all Male or all Female sessions. "

− Dave Redshaw - Positive Futures

"Our students have been regularly climbing at the Rokt since last September. The staff have made us very welcome and the students have a great rapport with them. Our students have benefitted greatly from the experience. They have better co-ordination, confidence and a greater self belief. In the funky surroundings with the music playing they all at some point have had that “Rocky” moment. "

− Ian Bell - Colne Valley


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