Theme: Journeys & Values

This journey-style program is most suited to Year 10, building on skills they have developed across previous years where they have developed positive relationships, thinking strategies and self awareness. This program allows students to engage with the natural elements and work through real-life consequences, exploring different leadership models along the way. The journey is designed in such a way that each student is encouraged to lead themselves first and then the group. Group dynamics are revisited and students are empowered to flex the muscle of resilience in response to the natural, social and physical environments.

Each day throughout the program, students will be exposed to a new Leadership Model or concept and challenged to live that day’s journey with this in mind. An example of a model that may be used is, “Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs.” The model, exploring human behaviour and function, is affected if basic, human needs are not met. For the duration of that day, students seek to find application for this model through the group’s journey, enabling new awareness of self and others.

Year 10 students work within a small group to complete a scenic expedition style journey, which is combined with structured problem-solving and high-adventure activities. Students work together to navigate to each night’s campsite, set up the site and cook for the group, ensuring environmental stewardship along the way.

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Year 10 Camp Aims

  • Explore and respond to natural elements and flex the muscle of resilience. 

  • Explore a range of Leadership models and concepts.

  • Journey with an awareness of self and others.

General Capabilities

National Curriculum Links

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 10 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 are 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:

  1. Connection to the National Curriculum to accelerate learning
  2. Sequential Camp Programming to create a safe uplifting environment
  3. Small group ratios & Same Instructor for the duration of camp to maximise student success
  4. Long activity times to amplify learning
  5. 100% exclusive use to build community
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  1. Personalised Camp Webpage because communication if paramount
  2. Camp Presentation for your School to inspire attendance
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  4. Seamless Camp Group generation to save you time
  5. Camp Survey results in 48 hours guaranteed to measure success
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