Year 8’s Enjoy Aquatics Camps

Year 8’s enjoy Aquatics Camps

As part of our transition to high school program, our new Year 8’s attended one of three overnight camps this week – over 100 students participated in aquatics at Coffin Bay.

Students enjoyed windsurfing, kayaking, snorkelling, sailing, paddle-boarding and small boat-handling during the day. After a long day on the water, we were treated to a superb meal and great hospitality at the “Pub in the Scrub”, along with a few games of chasey and a wildlife-spotting walk back to the Caravan Park.

The camps were a fantastic opportunity for all of our Year 8’s to meet new people, create some new friendships, challenge themselves during their activities and spend quality time with their classmates outside of the classroom.

I would like to say a HUGE thank you to the PLHS staff who either helped with the organisation or attended and supervised each of the camps, Yvonne and staff at Coffin Bay Aquatics, David and staff at the Coffin Bay Hotel, the Coffin Bay Caravan Park and EP Bus Charters.

Congratulations to the participating students who represented the Port Lincoln High School proudly and received positive feedback from all venues that we visited.

~ Mrs Lenny Woods (Middle School Wellbeing Leader)

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