Outdoor Education is a curriculum subject that includes Year 7 to 10 school camps.
Students participate in a range of activities such as orienteering, mountain biking and rock climbing.
The program encourages students to:
- Adopt a balanced, healthy lifestyle.
- Seek greater self-esteem and team-work and leadership attributes.
In Year 9, students can select Outdoor Education as an elective – taking part in outdoor activities such stand-up paddle-boarding, team-building games and sustainability studies.
In Year 10, students advance to mountain biking, rock-climbing, environmental studies and more advanced teamwork and leadership activities.