It was smiles all round on a recent school camp facilitated in the Margaret River region by Cape to Cape Explorer Tours.

The inaugural get together with Yallingup Steiner School linked to the Australian Curricululm through Science, History, Geography, Geology and also incorporated core team building and leadership activities.

School Teacher, Rayleigh said that the camp developed important life skills as was enjoyed by both students and teachers. “I had a ball. I’m really pleased with the activities, they were all a bit different, they each had something to offer for all of us and the team building leadership theme was carried through right to the very end and displayed in a beautiful way with that very last pipeline challenge,” she said.

What did the kids think? They loved it 🙂

Having fun in the water

Favourite activities included the canoeing, snorkelling, pipeline, spider web and jumping off the rocks.

“Enjoyed everything but I think my favourite was the canoeing because it was so much fun. Except for when we had to paddle back, that was a bit difficult and I lost my hat. But that was fun” said Mia.

“I liked the bit of the camp where we did snorkelling, even though it was pretty cold in the water it was nice to see all the fish” said Erin.

Fishing

“It was really fun, the water was really nice and got to jump off rocks” said Thea.

“I really liked the canoeing and the spider web” said Ollie.

Building the pipeline

“I really liked the pipeline” said Tilly.

“Everything was awesome!” said Grace.

Snorkelling

Managing Director Gene Hardy ran the camp and said he loved the way that all the students worked together. “They improved so much on the activities and I really liked the snorkelling and coast steering bit, and the canoeing and all the activities actually,” he said.

“It’s great when everyone works together isn’t it? Maybe it’s something to take away for the rest of the year, how we can all work together and just try and support each other,” he said.

His final words to the group; “Keep this camaraderie. It’s really nice to go on an experience like this and carry it through.”

It was also a huge thumbs up to the camp food especially dinner and breakfast.

“Yeah, breakfast was good,” said Josh.

“I liked the pizza then the fish and chips. We also did fishing!” said Grace.

Seashells

Not to mention the incredible seaside scenery and nature at it’s best.

“The beach was really nice” said Layla.

“Also seeing the sun go down at the beach and seeing the moon rising. Really pretty” said Thea.

“Then watch the stars come out that was cool,” said Tilly. And seeing the crabs, I counted 27” she said.

“And the periwinkles” said Erin.

“And the periwinkles!” repeated Mia.

“Perry and winkles” joked Ollie.

“I love periwinkles” said Tilly.

They loved the Cape to Cape Explorer Tours Camp and we loved having them too. See you again next season Yallingup Steiner School 🙂

If you would like to know more about school camps or to book one please go here Schools or contatct us E: info@capetocapetours.com.au M:0459 452 038

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