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Outdoor Education

Year 10 Electives

Course Description

This course allows students to participate in activities beyond the normal range of the school physical education program. It builds on the Year 9 programs and provides an opportunity to develop the physical, theoretical and leadership skills necessary for use in the outdoor environment.

Through interaction with the natural world, Outdoor Education aims to develop an understanding of human relationships with the environment, others and ourselves.

The Year 10 course equips students with the practical and theoretical knowledge to assist with the Outward Adventure Camp in Term 4. The course includes navigation, orienteering, camp cooking, expedition planning, first aid, body and hand boarding, and fishing. Students must be able to swim 100m. Acceptance into this course is based on the values displayed in Health and Physical Education classes in Lower School.

More Information

For more information regarding Year 10 electives, please contact the Academic Services Team or the Career Services Department at the College. 

Embracing life  |  Nurturing faith  |  Inspiring learning

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