School Camps


Explore Unlimited Potentials

Outdoor education and excursions, or field trips, are an important part of the Australian curriculum. There is strong evidence that outdoors and practical field trip engagements can foster independence, self esteem, communication skills and add value to classroom learning. Through the focus on peer group bonding and practical learning in a safe and natural environment, our students pick up new skills, engage in challenging activities and develop teamwork.

Junior School Camp

In the Junior School, we develop age appropriate independence through camps and outdoor education gradually, in line with the Australian Curriculum. Each class also attends minimum one excursion per term that directly links to an area of study – bringing classroom learning alive. Our Junior School students preparing to ride the Banana Boat while another group are happily enjoying an activity with balloons.

School camps begin in Year 2, with a one night sleepover at our school. We hold a 2-day camp at nearby locations for Year 3, a 3-day camp for Year 4 and a 4-day camp for Year 5. During these trips, our young learners are empowered to explore confidently and ask questions to make sense of the world around them. This helps in developing strong bonds with both their teachers and classmates.

Middle And Senior School Camp

All Middle and Senior School camps are usually held in the second last week of Term 1. The focus of each camp is dependent on the year level and an integral part of our curriculum and pastoral care.

A group of teenage students posing together for a photo while another group supports their friend on a team building activity. The camp is also linked closely with the curriculum and includes service learning.

Experiential Learning in Australia
For Year 10 and 11

Year 10 Trip to Boshack Outback, Western Australia

Boshack provides an experience for students to experience outback Australia. Learning in nature, students experience balance of mind and body in a tranquil and relaxing environment without the distraction of mobile phones, computers and television. The camp encourages them to focus on getting out of their comfort zone, breaking down barriers, bonding with peers, developing their leadership and teamwork skills, and self reflection.


Year 11 Leadership Program to Trinity College, The University of Melbourne

Our students experience an immersive urban Australian environment as well as one of Australia’s top 3 universities first hand. They are encouraged to be active participants in their learning journey and step outside their comfort zones. Participating in leadership, team work skills, public speaking and confidence building workshops, these help further develop their critical and creative thinking, communication, problem solving and goal setting skills.

Students Thrive With Dedicated Campus Mentors

During the program the students are personally supported by two to three mentors who provide them with guidance and support. Mentors are friendly, high achieving university students who are specifically trained and stay on campus with the students for the duration of the program.