Year 4s Enjoy their First Camp
Armed with their pillows and backpacks, and showing some mixed emotions, our Year 4s set off for their first offsite camp this week at the Gold Coast Recreation Centre, in Tallebudgera. Clear blue skies and warm winter weather provided the perfect climate for their coastal camp experience which involved an action-packed three days of beach games, bodyboarding, canoeing, the giant swing, rock climbing and much more. Evening devotions were also a highlight for the cohort, setting aside time to create closer connections with God.
King’s camps are an important part of every students’ learning and growth, giving them the chance to develop physically and emotionally as they face fun challenges in a safe and supportive setting. Camps are also a time when new friendships are formed and strengthened, as students enjoy socialising away from school. This year, more than ever before, opportunities like this must be treasured, and it was exciting to see every student show courage as they wholeheartedly embraced the Year 4 camp experience.
Some Favourite Highlights from Camp:
- 'Rock climbing - making it all the way to the top and climbing the crack in the wall.' Daniel McGregor
- 'The Team Rescue because we cooperated with each other to get to the finish.' Cayden Goode
- 'Cabin time because we invented a fun game to play.' Leo Power
- 'Rock climbing because I was scared of heights and it pushed me out of my comfort zone.' Jhett Duncan
- 'Canoeing because I was the Captain and I was helping steer everyone.' Sean Brosnan
- 'Body boarding because I challenged myself to do all of the cool tricks.' Keira O'Young
- 'Rock climbing because I made it up the wall part where there were no holds, only the crack in the wall.' Zak Bikneris