Outdoor Education Expeditions

Year 9 Outdoor Education

 

During Week 3, the two Year 9 Outdoor Education classes set off on their expedition to Dwellingup.

The classes were full of excitement as they set off and were greeted by tranquil surrounds and lovely weather. The students camped at Nanga Mill Campsite and completed the gruelling 18km hike along the King Jarrah Trail, with the highlight being visiting the 300 year old King Jarrah Tree.

 

It was a fantastic effort and a truly memorable experience for all students involved. I would like to thank Mr Gardner and Mr Mallon for their assistance over the course of the three days.

 

Jake Akmens

Outdoor Education Teacher

Year 10 Outdoor Education

 

In Week 4, both Year 10 Outdoor Education classes spent the two nights on their expedition in Guilderton. The classes undertook the activities of fishing in the Moore River as well as mountain biking around the town site. The students were able to put some of their newly learned skills to the test and had a great time doing so. There were a number of highlights including cooking delicious meals for themselves and catching many Black Bream. The group would like to thank Tom Floyd and Ben Floyd for their assistance on the expedition.

 

 

Jake Akmens

Outdoor Education Teacher