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Acrobatic course
in height (PAH)


Located in the heart of 8 hectares of forest, the acrobatic course in height is an installation comprising about fifteen progression devices, support and if necessary a belay system. Obstacles are secured with protective mattresses. The supports can be natural (trees, rocks...) or artificial (towers, poles). For progression devices, which are called workshops, it can then be: racing on tires, rope bridges, ladders, nets, etc. arranged between the start area and the finish area. In addition, several signposted routes are possible thanks to variations in color signage.


The acrobatic course requires reinforced supervision. Thus, we collaborate with climbing instructors who have obtained a state diploma and who have been approved.

educational goals

The general objective is to make discover the acrobatic course in height, from the nursery school, while proposing a real learning module of climbing and balance activities. The PAH has a strong educational dimension: motricity, balance, concentration, discovery of his abilities, apprehension of risk, evolution in a natural place, mutual aid, stress management... Thus, the child learns and develops notions of solidarity, sharing and group cohesion. Below is the detail of the skills targeted thanks to the activity of the PAH. To consult our educational project for climbing activities, please contact us by email or telephone.


Round 1

Round 2

Round 3

Skills worked

Act in space over time and on objects

- Chain motor behaviors to ensure continuity of actions

- Provide long-term efforts

- Travel more distances in given time


Adapt your balance and movements to various constraints

- Discover possibilities leading the child to extend his action, push the limits

- Bringing into play unusual motor behaviors

- Discover new balances

- Discover new spaces or spaces characterized by their uncertainties


Communicate with others through expressive or artistic actions

- Discover and assert your own possibilities of improvisation, invention and creation by using your body.

- Participate in a collective project that can be seen by other spectators, outside the class group


Collaborate, cooperate, oppose

- Exercising different complementary roles, opposing each other, developing strategies to aim for a common goal or effect.


Develop motor skills and build body language

- Become aware of the different resources to be mobilized to act with your body. -

Adapt motor skills to varied environments.

- Express yourself through your body and agree to show yourself to others.


Appropriate alone or with others, through practice, the methods and tools to learn

- Learn by trial and error using the effects of his action.

- Learn to plan your action before carrying it out.


Sharing rules, assuming roles and responsibilities to learn to live together

- Assume the roles specific to the different APSAs (player, coach, referee, judge, mediator, organizer, etc.).

- Develop, respect and enforce rules and regulations.

- Accept and take into consideration all inter-individual differences within a group.

Learn to maintain your health through regular physical activity

- Discover the principles of a healthy lifestyle, for the purposes of health and well-being.

- Do not put yourself in danger by a physical commitment whose intensity exceeds your physical qualities

Develop motor skills and build body language

- Adapt motor skills to various situations.

- Acquire specific techniques to improve their efficiency.

-Mobilize different resources (physiological, biomechanical, psychological, emotional) to act efficiently.


Appropriate alone or with others through practice, the methods and tools to learn

- Learn through action, observation, analysis of one's activity and that of others.

- Repeat a gesture to stabilize it and make it more effective.

- Use digital tools to observe, evaluate and modify their actions.


Sharing rules, assuming roles and responsibilities

- Assume the social roles specific to the different APSAs and to the class (player, coach, referee, judge, observer, tutor, mediator,


- Understand, respect and enforce rules and regulations.

- Ensure your safety and that of others in various situations.

- Engage in collective sports and artistic activities.


Learn to maintain your health through regular physical activity

- Assess the quantity and quality of daily physical activity in and out of school.

- Know and apply the principles of a healthy lifestyle.

- Adapt the intensity of his physical commitment to his possibilities so as not to put himself in danger.

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