The students found themselves out and about all over the city, state and country. The Year 6 students headed off to Canberra for a very full week packed with lots of fun and memorable experiences. They visited many places including Taronga Park Zoo, Royal Australian Mint, Australian War Memorial and a most enjoyable trip to the snow at Perisher. Many students (and some of the teachers!) got 'pay back' here, blasting each other with snowballs! This was just one of the highlights of the trip. The students represented their school to a high standard at all times and their participation and attention to guest speakers was highly commendable. Sincere thanks to Karen Lovell (Year 6 teacher) who was our fearless and trusty camp leader who made the whole trip run so smoothly as well as to Nathan Sheumack (Year 6) and David Heidrich (PE Teacher) for giving up many hours of personal and family time to allow this camp to occur. Their leadership and interaction with students was second to none.
Year 5 students headed to a much warmer place, Currimundi Camp site, for 3 fun-filled days. The students participated in many activities including canoeing, swimming and sling-shot. The high ropes activity tested the courage of many of the students, but they all gave it a go, in true Craigslea style! The students thoroughly enjoyed the experiences.