Rain, hail and wind didn’t stop our intrepid Year 10 Outdoor Education girls from an exciting four-day expedition last week.
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.
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.
The Year 11 Outdoor Education sea trek set off last week, sailing from East Fremantle, heading to Garden Island, Point Peron, Carnac Island and Woodman Point. The girls enjoyed excellent sailing conditions on most days and exploring the different Islands and coastline while developing sailing skills, power boating skills, leadership, snorkelling, camp craft and environmental awareness.