Thank you to the parents/carers who could attend the camp information session tonight.
If you couldn’t make it, I have attached the powerpoint information below – If you have any further questions please do not hesitate to contact myself, Dan or Brett.
We are very much looking forward to this camp and the rewarding experience that it brings for your children!
Waratah Bay Camp
2.5 hour drive from Melbourne along the scenic South Gippsland Highway
Across the dunes from one of Victoria’s most beautiful and pristine beaches
Only 15 minutes drive to Wilson’s Promontory National Park
Ensuite bedrooms, spacious dining halls and fun-filled recreation rooms are all located in the one building. And it’s all situated barely a stones throw from one of Victoria’s most stunning beaches.
TEACHERS ATTENDING – YEAR 5
Rebecca Foulds, Dimi Efthymiou, Laura Meredith, Brett Allen, Dan Guglielmini, Ajay Singh, Julie Waugh, Lisa Mcleish.
Three nutritious meals per day with plenty of variety, accompanied by generous portions of fruit, vegetables and salad!
Morning Tea, Afternoon Tea and Supper are also served daily
Vegetarian options and other dietary requirements, including food allergies are all taken with care.
Activities are designed to test and challenge students, while promoting teamwork, initiative and communication skills. Team building activities challenge students to express themselves in new ways, to form new connections that might never have happened in the classroom.
Activities include: Rock pool ramble, Giant swing, Initiative courses, Disco, Aeroball, Camp fire, Ropes courses, Beach games and Trivia.
WHAT TO BRING
Everything you’ll need to bring on Camp is listed on the “WHAT TO BRING LIST” which was sent home on Monday. We really encourage you to go through and pack with your child so they are aware of what items they have.
Below are a few main items to make sure you pack!
Long pants/closed toe shoes for all activities
Garbage bags for dirty clothing
Slippers/socks for indoors
Packed lunch for first day (please keep separate from your clothing bag)
All medication needs to be clearly labelled with your child’s name and dosage.
On the morning of the camp, medication is to be handed to
Year 5 – Brett Allen
Year 6 – Jack Fray
All medication must be accompanied by an additional form outlining dosage, etc.
Students will not be permitted to phone home.
The staff will contact parents immediately if it is necessary.
If there is a need to communicate with your child, please contact the school and they will be in touch with staff on camp (emergencies only).
Students are not permitted to bring mobile phones or devices to camp.
We will be blogging once a day while on camp so please make sure you check out our page to see what we are up to!!!