School Camps & Excursions
On the 7th of February the R/1/2 classes travelled to Redwing Farm. We got to see donkeys, cows, goats, pigs, chooks, ducks, geese and even a cheeky dog under the fence. Both classes had a fantastic time feeding, patting and learning about the different types of animals.
We even brought some friendly chickens back with us who will be living in the Ag Block. When we returned we wrote some great recounts and excitedly shared our adventure with our parents. A big thank you to Redwing Farm for allowing us to come and visit, Trevor Allen for driving the bus and Ali Adams for supporting us and showing us around.
For the first time in a number of years our students have had the opportunity to participate in the Stage 1 (Year 11) Outdoor Education course. This has been a introduced this year in response to students wishing to undertake the course.
I know that for many people the thought of carrying your own food, clothes and camping equipment for a week without running water or other amenities could induce nightmares but the recent camp which the students undertook to Mambray Creek was a great success.
Day 1: Monday
- Stopping at Pt Wakefield PS for recess
- Meeting our pen-pals
- Holding baby goats and lambs and seeing the pigs, sheep and steers.
- The sausage sizzle and movie night.