The School has a “School Camp Policy” which is under constant revision and change. Things such as the availability and cost of venues influence decisions made about camps. Typically, Year 5 students have an outdoor education camp and the Year 6 students have a week-long camp in Canberra. Camps are a valuable learning tool and are usually the culmination of much preparatory work in class. Information about camps is discussed at the Parent Information Evening at the start of each year.
In many year levels, children are also taken on excursions to places of educational value in the local area. All of these excursions are excellent opportunities for students to experience first-hand, the concepts they have been learning about in class. For both camps and excursions, some extra cost is involved. Parents will be notified early about such events and their costs.