The Outdoor Education Program is an integral part of the school's co-curricular program incorporating camps in Years 7, 8 and the Ski Trip open to students in years 10 and 11. Outdoor Education enables students to experience the great outdoors and participate in outdoor recreation activities. Students are given opportunities to find and then extend their personal boundaries. Our camps involve physically and mentally challenging activities which are outdoor and adventure based. They are designed to be sequential but are structured so that the students can participate at their own level.
Outdoor Education aims to develop teamwork, leadership, and initiative skills. Students participate in challenging activities in order to increase self-esteem, self-reliance and self-confidence while promoting an appreciation of the natural environment. Socialisation, experience, and fun are inherent benefits of all our school camps and expeditions. Students participate in outdoor recreational activities while also exploring various aspects of the curriculum relating to personal development, health, physical education, and leadership.