The principle aim of Outdoor Education is to provide students with the knowledge, skills and motivation to pursue outdoor activities in a safe and responsible manner. Students will develop awareness of minimum impact techniques and responsibility for self, others and the environment.
Leadership, cooperation, communication and teamwork are emphasized through various challenges.
The Year 8 Outdoor Education Program consist of the following units:
Bushcraft, bush cooking, bushwalking, experiential learning activities and philosophy, indigenous cultural studies, kayaking, navigation, orienteering, place-based learning, roping, abseiling and an overnight camp at Sandy Cape in Term 2.
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