Journey based programs
The journey based program takes students to the next level with a strong emphasis on leadership, social responsibility and protecting the natural world. Journey based programs can include a variety of adventurous and challenging activities that are used as tools to assist students in reaching set learning outcomes.
The aim is for students to be immersed in a supportive and safe environment that allows them to learn through doing.
The program will be designed around students taking ownership and responsibility for achieving set group objectives. This promotes positive individual growth that takes into consideration the physical, mental, emotional and social challenges that students may encounter.
Single and combined activities for a Journey Based program could include:
- Hiking expeditions
- Canoeing expeditions
- Embedded local Indigenous content and activities
- Roping – natural surface abseil and rock climbing
- Solo reflective opportunity
- Problem solving initiatives
- Opportunity to explore and contribute to the environment and community
- Camp craft and cooking
Potential Learning Outcomes
Sense of Community
Be socially responsible
Solve problems together
Connect with Natural World
Protect the natural world
Journey based programs including sample program
- Primary School – Year 6
- Secondary / High School – Year 7 to Year 12
- International Schools
Legend: Theorange shading is reflective of the possible facilitated core learning outcomes for these activities. The white background reflects possible learning outcomes that may organically result from undertaking the activity.
Camp Yarramundi: 4-10 days Journey-Based Program Options