When asked about school camp, kids will often talk about what they did, what they ate, and how late they managed to stay up. Year 4, who recently went on camp to Mount Evelyn, have reflected on their trip in a slightly different way, using Edward de Bono’s Six Thinking Hats.
As a parent, I always think the sign of a thoroughly enjoyed camp is how early the kids go to bed on their first night home. My Year 6’er set a new record after Canberra – he bypassed dinner and was tucked in by 7pm!
Thank you to 3/4J for a look back on the highlights of term one and what’s ahead in term two –
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Although the weather wasn’t as kind as it has been for previous camps, it didn’t stop our Year 5s from enjoying all sorts of outdoor activities at Camp Manyung in Mount Eliza. Some of the students share their experience –
Grade 5 Camp 2016
On the 23rd of November, 2016, the Grade 5 children, teachers and some parents went to Camp Manyung in Mount Eliza. Continue reading