School camps and excursions are an important adjunct to a students life at school. They promote independence and resilience as well as providing exceptional diversity in educational experiences.
Upper primary students have the bi-annual opportunity to attend a week-long camp at Nepabunna in the Flinders Ranges region of South Australia. This camp offers the students an immersive experience into an indigenous community.
Year 6/7 students also have the opportunity to attend an annual Aquatics Camp at Murray Bridge in South Australia, where they get to experience a wide range of aquatic sports such as sailing, kayaking, water-skiing and knee-boarding as well as learning water-safety skills.
Year 5 students have the annual opportunity to attend an adventure camp somewhere in the Adelaide Hills.
All classes from Reception onwards go on regular excursions to such places as the Adelaide Zoo, Museum, Road Safety School or UniSA Planetarium, all in support of current curriculum targets.