Blinding Communication at Richard Taylors

Blindfolded communication games were the order of the day at Richard Taylors on Wednesday as Mr Atkinson had children understanding the importance of verbal communication.

Taking away the sight of one of the children, the other was their eyes, communicating and directing their partner to a cone which they had to collect.

Of course this can raise many issues including trust, is your partner leading you sensibly to the end goal, do you trust their judgement. After getting over the initial feeling, the children did a brilliant job of working together and understanding the importance of verbal communication and giving the correct information.


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