Trips and Experiences
Outdoor Education is one of the seven key areas of learning in the Health and Physical Education Curriculum. Through participation in this camp, students will have the opportunity to further develop personal and social skills, to become active, safe and skilled in the outdoors and to learn to protect and care for the environment. The purpose of the camps is to provide leadership opportunities for students and to foster the relationships between students as well as between students and staff. Ms Te Hau is the Teacher in Charge of school camps.
Year 10 Camp
Motutapu Outdoor Education Camp, Motutapu Island. 9 - 12 February 2021.
Year 13 Camp
Shakespear Park, Whangaparaoa. 17 - 19 March 2021.
A range of overseas trips are planned each year including sports teams and subject based excursions.
In 2019 there were trips to new York (art), North America (History) and Rarotonga (Girls Football).
Trips planned for 2020 include:
- Antipodeans Abroad - - Borneo TIC: Ms Stephanie Tanner
- Music & Drama - New York TIC: Mr Cameron Allen & Mr Jared Edwards
- French Language – New Caledonia TIC: Mrs Delphine Morton