On Wednesday 2 November, students travelled to Crosslands Reserve in Hornsby Heights where they crossed Berowra Creek on the barge ready for a busy three days of outdoor activities. The boys stepped out of their comfort zone and faced their fears by abseiling natural rock walls, traversing across river bridges and battling the high ropes. Students explored the waterways on canoes and stand-up paddle boards and tried their hand at raft building! We were extremely proud of how well the boys banded together to share their skills and support each other through each task.
The nights were spent in cabins and tents where the boys gained experienced erecting and taking down their tent, organising their things and tidying up after each night. After each busy day, half the boys relaxed by the campfire, while the other half enjoyed a movie or some games as a group.
We are extremely proud of the resilience and sportsmanship displayed by the boys, as well as the care and support they showed each other during moments of vulnerability. We hope the boys enjoyed their time at camp and have some memories that will last a life time.