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Year 9 Adventure Learning

Guildford Grammar School

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

This camp reinforces the underlying philosophies of all our programs (challenge by choice, no put downs and personal responsibility). A basic understanding of group dynamics and personal responsibility is introduced through the Adventure Learning activities. The Year 9 students will be divided into smaller groups for the duration of the camp. This encourages the development of relationships between peers and GGS staff as they navigate the challenges of this program. The OEG model of “Explore, Reflect, Wonder” will be introduced to students.

Year 9

Year Level

5 Days

Trip Length

Camp Margaret River

Location

Activities

Abseiling
Abseiling
Descending a rock face or a climbing tower, we love the views from the top and the courage we see as students aim for their personal best and encourage one another.
Bushwalking
Bushwalking
Be it a day's hike or a short walk to camp, bushwalking engages all our senses allowing us to explore nature and our place within it. And we always find something exciting along the way!
Camping
Camping
Camping out in tents is our speciality! We love telling stories around the campfire, looking up at the night sky and creating memories that will last a lifetime!
High Ropes
High Ropes
Our high ropes course delivers an exciting challenge with students setting their own goals and developing confidence, determination and decision-making skills.
Initiatives
Initiatives
Our many initiatives can be large or small group activities on the land or water, encouraging social connection, negotiation, problem-solving and adaptability, all while having fun!
Low Ropes
Low Ropes
Low ropes is the perfect warm-up for the day, with fun obsticals promoting communication, teamwork, decision-making and coordination.
Cooking
Cooking
For many, this is the first time they will be cooking and preparing their own meals. Some discover a new passion while developing healthy habits and self-belief.
Caving
Caving
Caving stirs adventure and excitement, allowing us to overcome new obstacles together through an inspiring new world and a fresh perspective.
Camp craft
Camp craft
Camp craft familiarises students with all that is involved in preparing and establishing a campsite. Students learn to set up their tents, a handwash station, camp kitchen and how to use tarpaulins.

PARTICULARS

DATE

Sunday 20th to Thursday 24th November

DEPARTURE TIME

Departure from School  7:30am

RETURN TIME

Arrival back to School  5:00pm

NOTES

  • Bring a packed lunch for the first day
  • Full water bottles
  • No nuts
  • All items in your personal bag – loose items can get misplaced easily
  • Personal medications
  • Leave your phone at home
  • Anaphylactic students – please bring 2 in date clear window EpiPens on camp
  • Remember to bring your Hand Sanitiser!

Resources

Gearing up
Clothing & Equipment checklist
The Food
FAQ
FAQ