Learning flows at Outdoor Education camp


Hands-on learning was experienced by 30 intrepid Unit 3 Outdoor and Environmental Studies students at the recent  five-day outdoor experience to the Ovens, Murray and King Rivers.  

Exploring rivers was a focus of the camp. Students were in them, on them, and walking beside them.

Students also investigated human relationships over time. This ranged from Traditional owners living connected to country thousands of years ago through to contemporary society.

Jarrod Paine, who ran the camp, said one of the highlights was having his class of thirty students from across the state all come together.

‘It was incredible to see the students learn and play together as new friends, while enjoying some deep cultural learning about our First Nations peoples on country,’ he said.

The camp was hosted by Outdoor School 15 mile Creek.

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