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Camps are an integral part of our learning programme, providing age-appropriate challenges that enhance resilience and personal growth. Our camps programme is integrated with the core learning experiences and structured so that each builds on the personal and academic growth of the previous year.
The underlying focus is on developing independence, self-awareness, resilience and teamwork. Almost all camps are fully catered and in dormitory-style accommodation, with the exception of the Year 9 and Year 10 expeditions.
|Year 6||4 days||Woodman Point Recreation Camp, Munster||One|
|Year 7||4 days||Kerem Adventurre Camp, Bullsbrook||Four|
|Year 8||5 days||Camp Quaranup, Albany||One|
|Year 9||5 days||Nanga Bush Camp, Dwellingup||Three|
|Year 9 - Outdoor Experiences Expeditions||3 days||Lane Poole Reserve, Dwellingup||One and Four|
At the Glen Forrest Campus (6-12), there are also camps for specific subjects and interests such as the Politics and Law trip to Canberra, Year 11-12 Outdoor Education expeditions, overseas language and cultural trips, and music camp.
For more information about the College’s Camps Programme contact Bob Simpson, Deputy Principal – Curriculum.