The Year 8s are soaking up the sun, sea and sand at Rottnest Island as part of their camp.
Mr Biddle, Miss Ross and the ATAR Biology students of Duncraig were down in Bussleton exploring the biodiversity and sampling ecosystems. We explored the underwater jetty, NgIligi cave, two different beaches and bush land. The students had a blast and have come out more aware of how significant WA is in terms of our native culture.
Science Teacher & Assistant Dean of Timae
The Year 7’s enjoyed their yearly camp and were blessed with perfect weather conditions.
Students and staff spent a glorious three days at Ern Halliday Recreation Camp. This place is a sanctuary in the suburbs, a place where the students could participate in unique and exciting outdoor activities.
What a wonderful experience.
“But thanks be to God, who always leads us in triumph in Christ, and manifests through us the sweet aroma of the knowledge of Him in every place.” – Corinthians 2:14
The weather has been on its best behaviour for a massive Year 8 Camp! Students are currently soaking up the sun at Rottnest with an itinerary jam-packed full of surf lifesaving, a visit to the aqua fun park and a cruise on the Rottnest Sub Sea Explorer.
“Therefore encourage one another and build each other up, just as in fact you are doing.” Thessalonians 5:11
Recently our Year 12 cohort went on retreat to Swanleigh.
Swanleigh is located on 89 acres of picturesque rural land on the banks of the Swan River.
The camps and retreats are places where students can step out of their usual environment and try some new learning activities. It is always good to have new, positive experiences. School camps/retreats offer this in spades! It important for everyone to do new things and learn new skills.
“I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” – Philippians 4:13