This term students from across the campuses have enjoyed some memorable camps. These camps enable the students to bond with each other and also with the teachers outside of the school setting. All camps had different activities that encouraged the students to challenge themselves both emotionally and physically to gain a sense of achievement.
The Year 2 classes enjoyed two nights at Camp Wilkin in Anglesea. Some of the activities that the students participated in were rope courses, flying fox, and bush cooking.
The Year 3 students went to the Portsea Camp. This was a fun adventure which the students enjoyed taking the ferry across to Sorrento. The two-night camp consisted of activities that involved exploration, experience and challenges.
Philip Island was the location of the Year 5 camp. The students experienced outdoor adventure activities which had a focus on friendship development.
The Year 9 Outdoor Education class went on a Bike Camp to the Anglesea Heathland. During the camps, students and staff discussed environmental issues surrounding the Alcoa power station and cinnamon fungus, and had time to relax around the campfire.
Students listed the bush walk and one-hour solitude session, along with the challenging mountain bike trails as highlights of the three-day trip.
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