The purpose of this program is to develop a positive community environment and to help students understand their role in creating one. The community program engages students to actively work towards building a supportive and positive environment. A great community is made up of great people. As Year 6 students in the school community, younger students look up to them for what to do, how to behave and what to aspire to achieve. Year 6 students are the role models of the primary school. This camp will focus on 5 things that make a good role model.
True role models are those who possess the qualities that we would like to have, and those who have affected us in a way that makes us want to be better people. They help us to speak up for ourselves and take action on the issues that we believe in. Students will learn to identify and apply the traits of a god role model to gain their own personal growth and progress towards a positive and supportive community on camp and at school.
Adventure Alternatives has mapped the Subjects, Strands and Content Descriptions as outlined in the National Curriculum as they apply to the theme, aims and activities for our Year 6 Camp Program. How these relate on the ground is provided in our Elaboration in our Staff Manual and the delivery of briefing and debriefing of activities by our instructors.
A detailed outline of what these are is provided in your camp proposal. Our elaborations is supplied as part of our booking process.
We care about you, your students and the positive impact camp can have on your school community. So how do we show you that we care, by effectively using 5 key aspects to successful camp design:
6 specific ingredients of how we can make your life easier!
I love the feedback and will be putting it into the school newsletter. Thanks for your patience and understanding and your very comprehensive organisation. It was a great success and every child who participated really enjoyed it.
Principal - Year 5 & 6 Camp
Blackbutt State School
"My instructor made me feel real safe, and he tried super hard to make things fun. He achieved that goal. Camp overall was a fun and exciting experience."
Year 6 Student
"Our instructor was Down to Earth and brought practical life application of the themes of the activities. They were great at connecting and building relationships with our students. I like the approachable nature of the staff and I like the variety of activities and the progressive nature of the school programs."
Jason Sharrock, Year 5 Camp