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5.4.3 Learning their names

At the start of the session, it’s a good idea to learn everyone’s names. This helps to build trust and rapport – and makes it easier to manage group behaviour and risk. You can use the names you have learned when asking the group questions, as this can help you to remember them.

Another fun way to learn names is to play an early ‘snaking’ activity: each rider takes a turn looking back and calling out the name of the rider behind them.