Outdoor Education provides Year 10 students the opportunity to extend their learning outside of the classroom by engaging in a range of learning experiences that challenge the individual. This subject is offered in addition to the Healthy Lifestyles course (one compulsory semester) and Physical Education (elective semester option).
The Year 10 Outdoor Education program is designed to provide students with both individual, group responsibility and resilience in the outdoor setting. The aims of the course are to develop group dynamics, teamwork, communication, leadership skills and to develop necessary knowledge and understanding around planning adventurous journeys.
Students will participate in the following practical activities:
Students are assessed using the MYP assessment criteria and levels of achievement. Students are assessed on the following:
Please be mindful, while Le Fevre High School supports the Outdoor Education Program and allocates funding towards its administration, an additional fee of $200.00 is associated with student’s participation, which includes students fully accredited first aid course and camp fees.
CARE • COMMITMENT • CO-OPERATION • RESPECT