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  • 1. Year 6 Camp 2009
  • 2. EOTC- policy
    EDUCATIONAL VISIT: POLICY STATEMENT
     
     
    By experiencing learning appropriate to their needs and to the environment, children will increase their knowledge, understanding and appreciation of the ‘world’ outside the classroom and develop confidence, independence and a sense of responsibility towards their own and others’ safety.
     
    Year 6 Camp 2009
  • 3. EOTC- policy ctd..
     Procedures
      
    In Years 5/6 trips may be up to a week taking the form of
     
    Outdoor education and camping experience to develop independence, confidence and self reliance as well as skills such as outdoor cooking, rafting, tenting, etc.
    As per EOTC Book, individual parental permission is required for all trips along with Principal Permission for daily trips and B.O.T. permission for overnight stays or longer.
     
    For stays involving overnight or longer accompanying adults are required to be Police checked.
      
    Year 6 Camp 2009
  • 4. EOTC- policy ctd..
    Supervision of out of school activities will comply with Ministry of Education regulations and guidelines on safety and supervision, risk management, leadership and legal requirements.
     
    School Pupil/Adult ratios to be
    .1 adult per 5 children where water/machinery are involved.
    .1 adult per 10 children for general visits (i.e.) supermarket and staff will be supported in attending approved seminars, courses etc to ensure on going training.
     
     
    Year 6 Camp 2009
  • 5. Needs List
    • Jandals, Sandals or other suitable footwear for around camp
    • 6. Sneakers or suitable footwear for walking(2 pairs if possible as 1 pair will get wet)
    • 7. Socks - 5 pairs (1 Woollen if possible)
    • 8. Shorts - for hiking and around camp wear
    • 9. Two pairs of jeans or longs for warmth/in case a change is needed and for horse riding
    • 10. Four T-shirts – 2 with long sleeves, e.g. tops, skivvies etc
    • 11. Underwear (one weeks supply)
    • 12. Two Warm jerseys or sweatshirts or polar fleece
    • 13. Raincoat or Parka (waterproof)
    • 14. Pyjamas
    Year 6 Camp 2009
    All clothing etc, MUST BE CLEARLY MARKED and should be old but warm
  • 15. Needs List ctd…
     
    Year 6 Camp 2009
    All clothing etc, MUST BE CLEARLY MARKED and should be old but warm
  • 26. Needs List ctd…
    • 1 - 2 books for recreational reading
    • 27. 2 games - e.g. cards, dominoes
    • 28. Pen, pencil, etc Camp Book
    • 29. 2 tins of biscuits or slice
    • 30. Sun hat
    • 31. Back pack/school bag
    • 32. Lunch box and drink bottle (Not a sports type one)
    • 33. Camera OPTIONAL (Named please)
     
    • 2 rolls of toilet paper
     
    Year 6 Camp 2009
    All clothing etc, MUST BE CLEARLY MARKED and should be old but warm
  • 34. Needs List ctd…
    A tote bag will be lent for these
    • Dinner Plate-plastic, aluminium, non-breakable
    • 35. Cereal Bowl-plastic, aluminium, non-breakable
    • 36. Mug or cup
    • 37. Knife, fork and spoon
     
    Year 6 Camp 2009
    All clothing etc, MUST BE CLEARLY MARKED and should be old but warm
  • 38. Needs List ctd…
    NO Electronic Games
    NO Money
    NO Snack Food/sweets etc
    NO Cell phones
     
    Year 6 Camp 2009
  • 39. Camp Programme
    Year 6 Camp 2009
  • 40. Camp Menu
    Year 6 Camp 2009
  • 41. Camp Rules
    1. This Camp will be a new experience for many of you. It is not a holiday camp, so the main rule that we have at School applies at Camp too. That is, behave sensibly and show consideration for others.
     
    2. Think safety at all times. Accidents usually happen when people are careless.
     
    3. Never go off anywhere by yourself. Check in with your leader for all activities, meal times, and duties. Remember which areas are out of bounds.
     
    4. Remember the outdoor code. No live trees must be cut or damaged and avoid disturbing any animal life. Do not collect unnecessarily. Treat the camp as you would your home. Remember we have to pay for any damage. Wear soft shoes inside buildings.
     
     
    Year 6 Camp 2009
  • 42. Camp Rules ctd…
     5 Be willing to join in and try new experiences and use your five senses. The more you try the more you will learn. Set yourself a new challenge every day.
     
    6. Consideration for others :
     
    - in your cabin.
    - at meal times
    - at quiet times
    - in group activities
    - in games
    - in personal cleanliness.
     
     
     
    Year 6 Camp 2009
  • 43. Camp Rules ctd…
    7. Look after your health. You will be very busy during the day so make sure that you get enough food and rest. Make sure you put sunscreen on every day and reapply throughout the day.
     
    8. Come and see your group leader, Mrs Pearl or Mrs Brieseman if you have a problem that is bothering you.
     
    9. Bush - no live trees are to be damaged.
     
    10. All buildings, including toilets, must be left clean and tidy.  
    Year 6 Camp 2009
  • 44. Boat Rules
    You may explore the ship but you must always be in your group.
    You must report to the group assembly point as directed by the adult in charge of your group
    You must behave in a sensible manner at all times and have consideration for other passengers
    You must not play running games
    Stay away from the games rooms/slot machines
    You must complete the Boat Activity sheet before the ferry berths at Picton
    Year 6 Camp 2009
  • 45. Any questions…..
    Year 6 Camp 2009
  • 46. Thanks for coming!
    Year 6 Camp 2009

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