outdoor education

Taking the Classroom North

The beautiful blue waters off Shark Bay were the backdrop for our Year 11 OED girls during the first week of Term 2.  This was conducted as part of their Certificate II in Outdoor Education.

Taking the Classroom North

The beautiful blue waters off Shark Bay were the backdrop for our Year 11 OED girls during the first week of Term 2.  This was conducted as part of their Certificate II in Outdoor Education.

Fishing Expedition to Rottnest

Rottnest Island is the perfect place for a spot of fishing, which our Year 11 Outdoor Education students found out at the end of Term 3. The girls completed their final assessment on the island during their two-day fishing camp.

Facing Fears and Challenging Yourself: Year 10 OED Expedition

The Year 10 Outdoor Education (OED) students returned from their Year 10 OED Expedition last Thursday. It was another successful and rewarding adventure for the girls. The students abseiled and rock climbed at the Wilyabrup Sea Cliffs, canoed along the Blackwood River, navigated and bushwalked to and from locations and set up camp at various campsites.

Students Walk the Bibbulmun

Last Friday, the Year 12 Outdoor Education class completed a section of the Bibbulmun Track as part of their Bushwalking Expedition. The expedition was modified from an overnight exercise to one day, due to the weather forecast. They were extremely lucky and enjoyed perfect hiking conditions on the Friday.

Girls Hit the Surf in Margaret River

The Year 12 Outdoor Education class travelled down south for their Surf Expedition on the last week of Term 1 and over the first weekend of the holidays. Outdoor Education Co-ordinator Rosie Barter reflects on the camp.

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