Year 5 Camp – Phillip Island
Our Year 5 Students attended the Phillip Island Adventure Resort from 24th – 26th July 2017. The students enjoyed the 3 days at the camp, involving themselves in many different activities. Students challenged their fears of heights, taking risks and being away from home.
Students were able to synergize together during activities, as well as display immense support to each other, when coming up against challenges.
The students had a wonderful time and the opportunity enabled them to build new friendships and grow established ones.
“I enjoyed the twin flying fox because it looked scary, but when you jump off you realise it wasn’t that scary but great fun!” – Rajveer 5S
“My favourite part was the giant swing because it was fun to pull the rope and beginning swinging.” – Ellie 5S
“My favourite activities were team rescue and giant swing, because the giant swing made it feel like you were flying. I wish I could fly! The team rescue was a great opportunity to work with others and think win-win. It was a great chance to make new friends.” – Anastasia 5S
“My favourite activity was the flying fox because it was fast. The funniest moment was when everyone fell down the muddy hill and got covered in mud.” – Thomas 5B
“My favourite activity was the giant swing because it felt like you were flying. The funniest moment was when everyone woke the teachers up early in the morning (4:30am). They were not happy.” – Jaeda 5B
“My favourite activity was the giant swim because it was went really high. The funniest moment was Ms. Ball screamed on the giant swim.” – Nicola 5B