School camps are an important learning and socializing experience and are part of our school curriculum for year five, six and seven.
Our Year five students participate in a traditional adventure camp experience at the Bornhoffen PCYC (Natural Bridge), participating in a range of challenging activities to encourage self reliance, interdependence and calculated risk taking. The Year Six children attend a country style camp at Midginbil Hill in Northern NSW. Each camp is two nights.
Our Year Seven students are invited to travel to Tasmania for spend five nights, learning about Convict History and the Australian Environment. They visit Port Arthur, Cateract Gorge, Richmond Gaol and St John's Church. The children experience the independence and responsibility that come with travel as part of a group and are able to see first hand many of the places they have studied in class.