EOTC programmes provide students with access to hands-on experiences that are not available inside the classroom. They offer unique and stimulating learning opportunities that support your child’s learning and achievement.

These programmes are aligned with the National Curriculum.

These pages suggest ways you can assist your child’s school to maximise learning and safety during EOTC experiences.

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The Board of Trustees has made it policy that senior pupils (Years 5, 6, 7 and 8) have one major camp every second year. These camps encourage pupil development and achievement and have related themes such as aquatics. Fundraising is often needed as camps costs can vary, depending on type of camp being organised.

We are fortunate to have staff that are keen on outdoor education and a supportive crew of parents. Camp is a great way to get involved. For any parent wishing to stay overnight at camp, a Police Check will be required. (Vulnerable Children Act 2014)

Class Trips

As part of class programmes, visits are sometimes undertaken by classes or syndicates. These are valuable extensions of children’s understanding of themselves and of the world they live in, often lead to stimulating follow up work and offer a “hands on” approach to learning. The cost of these is on a pay as you go basis. All trip money needs to go through your child’s teacher.

When trips involve parents driving children to and from venues, cars must be roadworthy, the driver licensed and children in seat belts (not lap belts). Some trips will use a bus.

Trees For Survival

Every year our Year Five and Six student nurture  native seedling at our school, and then in winter they plant them on local farms.