Camping, hiking, canoeing, orienteering, snorkelling and mountain biking are but a few of the adrenaline adventure pursuits offered in our highly rated Outdoor Education program. This is a fantastic opportunity to develop lifelong personal development skills, learn teamwork skills and build friendships. Additionally, students involved in our programs are offered the opportunity to apply their skills and abilities on camps, excursions and exciting expeditions.
Have you ever paddled a canoe? Imagine paddling in a canoe in remote Southwest WA, climbing or abseiling on sea cliffs and then crawling through and abseiling into caves. All this while the remoteness of WA is around you. Sound fantastic?
Our programs are structured to allow students to build a skill base from Year 11 through to Year 12 where they are responsible for the planning and conduct of sections of their expeditions. We use an experiential model of learning which means understanding through doing discovery, as well as understanding the theoretical knowledge to fully enjoy their outdoor experiences.
HEAD OF LEARNING AREA:
Mr James McPhail
OUTDOOR EDUCATION TEACHER
Mr Isaac Temby