What a busy couple of weeks it has been for our Year 10 Unit 1 & 2 VCE Outdoor and Environmental Studies group. Both classes completed their Great Ocean Walk down in the Otways National Park in order to prepare themselves for their next up and coming SACS. Miss McConachy’s class attended the bushwalk for the first week and were not as fortunate as Mr McLennan’s class weather wise. The students trekked along one of the major natural attractions along the Victorian Southern Coastline through rain, hail and a little bit of sunshine. The students also interacted with the environment through Indigenous and historical experiences, through visiting the Cape Otway Lighthouse Station and Bush Tucker experience. To finish off an amazing journey, the students Zip lined their way through the Otway Ranges and attended a tree canopy walk before returning back to school. Well done to all students who pushed themselves, showed resilience, developed navigational skills and contributed to creating life long memories.
Thank you to Mrs Schout, Miss Spencer, Mr Godinagh and Mr McLennan for attending and assisting on both camps.