A group of VSV teachers and students from years 7-11 recently braved the rainy conditions and enjoyed two days of challenging activities and fun at the Grampians Retreat.
The camp kicked off with a challenging rainy hike that rewarded the group with an eerily beautiful view. Students also experienced the ropes course, a flying fox, archery, hut building and Aboriginal art and craft led by Aunty Nerissa.
‘We had a great time amongst nature and spotted lots of different wildlife,’ said Camp Coordinator, Alice Thompson.
‘Students supported each other and rose to many different challenges. A definite highlight was the campfire songs and s’mores!’
Thank you to Alice Thompson for her leadership of the camp and to the staff who lived the VSV values and provided this fantastic opportunity for our students.
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