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Outdoor Classrooms

Outdoor Classrooms

Outdoor Classrooms

Outdoor Education is an integral component of the Scotch College curriculum, offering students the opportunity to enjoy Australia’s unique outdoor life, while nurturing respect for the environment and enhancing key life skills.

From the early years to Year 12, the Outdoor Education program at Scotch builds on each prior year's experience with a focus that enhances the curriculum. The program also has a strong focus on sustainability and respect for the environment and being familiar with te traditional land owners in the area.

 

Camps

Camps are a part of the curriculum at each year level with Outdoor Education offered as an elective subject in Years 11 and 12. During the two-week Scotch Odyssey (9@Scotch) experience in Year 9, students will develop practical living skills, like cooking, shopping and planning. Emphasis is placed on resilience, teamwork, leadership, sustainability, and environmental awareness in addition to practical living skills and students keep a progressive, reflective journal during each camp. A sense of responsibility for the environment is fundamental to our outdoor education curriculum. 

Our camps are managed by Scotch staff, in conjunction with several industry leading external providers, to further enhance positive relationships between our students and staff.

 

Outdoor Classrooms

Beyond camps and Outdoor Education, Scotch College has 2 wonderful outdoor classrooms that provide a rich and varied learning experience for all the children: the Ag Farm on the Torrens Park Campus and Goose Island in the Spencer Gulf.

Environmental Sustainability

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