Boys

We understand that in the developmental phases of young people’s lives there are times when gender specific programs are appropriate and timely. With this in mind, we have designed a raft of programs that specifically deal with young men’s adolescent development. Some of these programs deal with issues such as anger management, self esteem and understanding manhood and they are delivered through camps, day or term long programs. We also offer tailor made programs that deal with an issue specific to your school or community group.

Day

These days can encompass all kinds of activities, forums and sessions on topics such as sex and sexuality, emotional well being, bullying and resilience, drugs and alcohol, suicide as well as age specific days. Bridge Builders can also include activities such as jumping castles, sumo suits, inflatable slides, face painting, balloon sculpting, live bands and more.

Term

Boys to Men

This is an 8 week which will consist of 8 full day sessions. The program aims to address 3 issues that a young man wrestles with risk, responsibility and relationships. To address these 3 issues we have designed a program with 4 key features that will help us process through some of their questions.
Feature 1: Class Discussion (topics outlined below) – addresses all 3 issues
Feature 2: Social Interaction – addresses relationships
Feature 3: Celebration Evening – addresses risk
Feature 4: Golf Days – addresses responsibility

Camp

We can offer your school a camp building opportunity, where our mixed team of youth works and committed young people can plan, book, cater and even facilitate your next camp within your budget.
Bridge Builders has vast experience in planning and running camps throughout Victoria.
These camps and retreats often involve high profile speakers who can challenge, motivate and share with your students about issues that relate to their life, and their future.
We are noticing more and more the need to run these camps for continued personal development of young people, and to help take the pressure off teaching staff throughout the year.
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