Year 6 and 7 camp information

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  • 11 activities / each 1 hour 15 minutes long / organized & led by the Parents who are trained by Carey Park staff / abseiling & kayaking have trained instructors / all equipment is modern/ Year 8’s also do Burma Trail at night and a bush study/ important to know decisions on whether activities go ahead or not are made by the Carey Park staff
  • 11 activities / each 1 hour 15 minutes long / organized & led by the Parents who are trained by Carey Park staff / abseiling & kayaking have trained instructors / all equipment is modern/ Year 8’s also do Burma Trail at night and a bush study/ important to know decisions on whether activities go ahead or not are made by the Carey Park staff
  • Year 6 and 7 camp information

    1. 1. Snell Team Camp Year 6 / 7 Carey ParkTuesday 22nd – Friday 26th May 2012
    2. 2. Why Outdoor Education?“Students require a range of structured, sequenced, and developmentally appropriate learning opportunities in outdoor education.” (Ministry of Education) It’s all about Challenge Achievement Friendship Team Building Respect Outdoor Awareness Developing Confidence Cooperation Fun
    3. 3. CAREY PARK Contains 24 cabins Dining Hall with wood fire Conference Room 4 Seminar Rooms Large Recreation centre Kitchen Modern toilet facilities 4.5 hectares of native bush Small River & Waterhole First Aid Room Modern Equipment / Activities Fully staffed
    4. 4. EATING & SLEEPING
    5. 5. Year 6 Timetable Kohi School Camp Timetable- Carey Park 22 – 25 May 2012 Time Tuesday   Wednesday Thursday Friday7:00   Rise / shine / Rise / shine / Rise / shine / shower/ inspection shower/inspection shower/ inspection8:00 8:30 Meet in the Breakfast Breakfast Breakfast Hall Expectations for arrival9:00 9:15 Leave by Activity 4 Activity 8 Pack bags / Cars cabin inspection10:15 10:15 Arrive Carey Morning Tea Morning Tea Team Games on Park/ Morning Tea field10:45 10:30 Welcome / Activity 5 Activity 9 Final Reflections Expectations12:00 Settle in cabins / Duties for lunch Duties for lunch Duties for lunch Tour of grounds12:15 Activity 1 12:00 Lunch Lunch Lunch 12:001:00 Lunch 1:15 – 1:45 Duties Duties Monster Relay1:15 Activity 2 Activity 6 Activity 10 Monster Relay 1:45 – 3:00
    6. 6. Kohi School Camp Timetable-Carey Park 11-14 May, 2010Time Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday2:30 Activity 2 Afternoon Tea Afternoon Tea 2.15pm– Depart 1:45 – 3:00 Carey Park3:00 Afternoon Tea Activity 7 Activity 11 3.00pm Arrive (3:00) Kohi4:15 3.15pm-4.30pmActivi Free time Free Time   ty 3 Games / Water Games / Water hole hole5:30 Dinner Duties Dinner Duties Dinner Duties   Dinner Dinner Dinner7:00 Post Dinner Duties Post Dinner Duties Post Dinner Duties  7:30 Carey Park Prog Camp Fire / Kohi Quiz   7:00 –8:00 Songs Talent Show8:00 Carey Park Prog Camp Fire / Kohi Quiz   7:00 –8:00 Songs Talent Show8:30 Burma Trail Burma Trail Burma Trail9:30 LIGHTS OUT LIGHTS OUT LIGHTS OUT  
    7. 7. Activities Air Rifles/ Orienteering Archery Flying fox First Aid Climbing Wall Confidence Course Kayaking Problem Solving Bush Walk Poles and Planks Outdoor Cooking
    8. 8. Year 7 Time table Kohi School Camp Timetable- Carey Park 22 – 25 May 2012 Time Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday7:00   Rise / shine / Rise / shine / Rise / shine / shower/ shower/inspection shower/ inspection inspection8:00 8:30 Meet in the Breakfast Breakfast Breakfast Hall Expectations for arrival9:00 9:00 Leave by 9:15 Leave by Activity 1 Pack bags / Cars Cars cabin inspection10:15 10:15 Arrive at 9:45 Arrive at Morning Tea Activity 5 Piha for beach Woodhill Forest –10:45 activities, Tree adventures Activity 212:00 Kitekite Falls and mountain Duties for lunch Duties for lunch walk, visit biking.12:15 Lunch Lunch Arataki and Piha 12:00 SLSC1:00 Duties Monster Relay1:15 Activity 3 Monster Relay2:30 Afternoon Tea 2.15pm– Depart Carey Park
    9. 9. Kohi School Camp Timetable-Carey Park 11-14 May, 2010 Time Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday  3:00 Arrive at Carey Activity 4 3.00pm Arrive Park – 3:30 Kohi4:15 Free time Free Time   Games / Water Games / Water hole hole5:30 Dinner Duties Dinner Duties Dinner Duties   Dinner Dinner Dinner7:00 Post Dinner Post Dinner Post Dinner   Duties Duties Duties7:30 Carey Park Prog Camp Fire / Kohi Quiz   7:00 –8:00 Songs Talent Show8:00 Carey Park Prog Camp Fire / Kohi Quiz   7:00 –8:00 Songs Talent Show8:30 Burma Trail Burma Trail Burma Trail  9:30 LIGHTS OUT LIGHTS OUT LIGHTS OUT    
    10. 10. Year 7 ActivitiesPiha:Visit Arataki CentreTour of the Piha SLSCWalk to KiteKite FallsPiha Beach Team Games Woodhill: Mountain biking Tree AdventuresCarey Park:Raft BuildingOpen Fire CookingRope Maze and SlackliningFlying foxReverse bush walk
    11. 11. Extra Activities Burma Trail Water Hole Sports Hall Playground Night Fire Quiz & Talent Show Carey Park Evening Monster Relay
    12. 12. RAMS Risk Analysis Management SystemsAll activities have an individual RAMS basedon:EquipmentEnvironmentPeoplePolicies & GuidelinesEmergency ProceduresRAMS are designed by Carey Park
    13. 13. Staff and Parent Helpers Overnight Parents:Staff:  Adrian HyndsAmanda Kaljee  Jacqui FinniganJustine Milne  Campbell WilliamsonAimee Kovacevic Edward WatsonAimee Newton  Steve Robinson  Paul Jack  Tony Gallagher  Mike Shaw  Keith Hart  Heather Longhurst
    14. 14. Adult ExpectationsPurpose: To maintain the safety of children and adultsGuidelines: Avoid situations where you are alone with a student. (except in an emergency) Always use careful judgement. Students must never be subject to any forms of abuse. Adults act as important role models. Standards of behaviour must never be lowered. A student’s class teacher should be contacted first if problems arise. No alcohol and/or cigarettes are to be consumed.
    15. 15. WHAT DO THE ADULT HELPERS DO?•Provide pastoral care and help to one of the groups.•Support the teachers.•Help run the camp activities.•Assist with evening activities.•Help with group duties.•Assist with the cleaning of the dishes and pots duringafter meal time.•Be available during free time to supervise activities.•Ensure the children are safe at all times.•Get involved and have fun.
    16. 16. Carey Park Camp Rules No girls in boy cabins. No boys in girl cabins. Stay within the boundaries. Stay in cabin until rise and shine. Sleep is very important. After lights out respect the rights of others who expect to sleep. Keep out of the kitchen unless helping – wear shoes. Shoes and hats off before entering the dining hall. Make sure you help your group at duty time. Respect the property of others and keep your gear tidy. Respect the environment and all camp property. Greet and thank all adults every day. Three whistles = return to base as quickly as possible. Look after your group members. Give everything a go. Wash hands after going to the toilet and before eating. Commonsense and courtesy at all times is the best motto
    17. 17. A couple of other things……. Homesick Policy Telephone 3 Strike System First Aid / Hospital Transport Decision Making Wet Weather Q&A

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