Grade 3 Camp 2017 YMCA Camp Wyuna

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23. rd. to the 25. th. of October H22. H23 and H31. 25. th. – 27. th. October H30, H32 and H33. Purpose and Expectations. Develop independence. Outdoor . experiences. Foster . existing friendships. ID: 640182 Download Presentation

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Grade 3 Camp 2017

YMCA Camp Wyuna23rd to the 25th of October H22. H23 and H3125th – 27th October H30, H32 and H33

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Purpose and Expectations

Develop independenceOutdoor experiencesFoster existing friendshipsDevelop skills for initiating and building new friendshipsInterpersonal skillsSafe risk taking with the support of friends and staffA willingness to take part with enthusiasm

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Supervision

School Staff (including a First Aid Officer)All grade Three teaching staff will attend including a person from leadershipFully trained YMCA Staff

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Sample Program

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Activity Rotations

Nature’s Pizza OvenPhototrailBeach Survivor ChallengeMarine and Freshwater Discovery Centre (defences and disguises)Sand SculpturesBeach OlympicsTour of the historic fortTeacher-led night activitiesOn-site free time (basketball, volleyball, Ga-

ga

Pit, soccer etc…)

Activities are subject to weather conditions

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What to Bring

Suggested packing list will be sent homeMajority of the time is OUTDOORS– hats, sunscreen, insect repellent, appropriate clothing for weather and purposeMorning Tea and Lunch for the first day

A

willingness to explore and

a positive

attitude!

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What NOT

to bringElectronics including Nintendo DS, mobile phones, iPads or iPods.CamerasMake upAny form of food (including lollies, chips, chocolates etc.)

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Food

All dietary requirements will be catered for. Please specify any requirements clearly on the medical form.The kitchen is a nut free environment, although traces of nuts may be present.Students are required to participate in duty groups before and after each meal

. Groups are assisted by kitchen

and school

staff.

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Sleeping

ArrangementsEach room holds 4 students with 2 rooms sharing a bathroom.Accommodation will be allocated taking into consideration student preferencesBunk beds: Australian Standards for bunk beds includes the guidelines that sleep walkers and bed

wetters

must not use top bunks.

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If there is a need for any parent to be called, we will immediately call

the school who will in turn call any relevant parents or nominated emergency contactsAny parents who need to contact the camp should call the school, who will call staff at the camp.Staff will carry mobile phones at all timesStudents will not require mobile phones. If these are taken to camp they will be held onto by staff until students return to school

To

ensure all students have the greatest opportunity to participate

effectively in

the program the Student Code of Conduct (available on the

school's website

) will apply at all times. Any child not complying with the Code

of Conduct

will be returned to school and the cost of the camp forfeited.

Communication

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Wet Weather

All water-based activities are weather dependant and may need to be cancelled if conditions are not deemed suitable. Back up activities on the campsite will be provided as an alternative program. YMCA staff along with KCPS staff will decide to cease outdoor activities depending on the extent of the weather conditions.In the case of lightning, all outdoor activities will cease immediately.YMCA

has indoor activity rooms available

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Any Issues?

Just let us know! This way we are prepared and can deal with any issues in a discreet manner.

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Payment

The camp will cost approximately $270.We will be sending out confirmed payment details and medical forms for those that have given back their interest form.Payments to be made through Compass and payment plans are available.No refunds will be offered if your child is sent home from camp due to misconduct or activities are missed due to wet weather.

If

you have any concerns about payments please let your

child's classroom

teacher, Natalie or Lindy in the office know.

Camp

is a great opportunity which we encourage all children

to participate

in.

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