School Camp Adventures

Across our campuses, our St Mary's students embarked on various school camps...

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Excitement and camaraderie filled the air as our Deaf and Hard of Hearing students across our various campuses recently embarked on unforgettable camp experiences alongside their partner schools. These camps not only foster friendships but also empowered our students to embrace new challenges and create lasting memories.

These camp experiences go beyond the ordinary, emphasising inclusivity, understanding, and the limitless potential of our remarkable students. We are immensely proud of their achievements, their resilience, and the joy they bring to every activity they undertake.

Wilson's Prom Adventure: VM Students Connect with Nature

Our Ringwood Campus VM students Ringwood embraced the beauty of Wilson's Promontory National Park, immersing themselves in the great outdoors. From hiking scenic trails to bonding through various team building activities, these young explorers not only developed a deeper connection with nature but also strengthened the bonds of camaraderie.

Camp Adanac Excitement

Ringwood and Dandenong Students Thrive at Camp Adanac in the Yarra Ranges

Nestled in the picturesque Yarra Ranges, Camp Adanac became the playground for Ringwood and Dandenong students. Engaging in team-building activities and challenges, these students showcased their collaborative spirit, proving that obstacles are merely stepping stones to success.

Don Bosco Camp Delight

Sunbury Students Shine at Safety Beach

The picturesque setting of Safety Beach became the backdrop for the Sunbury students' camp adventure at Don Bosco Camp. With a focus on personal growth and self-discovery, the students engaged in activities that not only tested their abilities but also allowed them to showcase their unique talents.

South Morang Primary Campus Ventures to Lord Somers Camp on the Mornington Peninsula

The Mornington Peninsula hosted the South Morang Primary Campus students at Lord Somers Camp, where they embraced the coastal charm while participating in a range of character-building experiences. From exciting water activities like raft building, kayaking, and stand-up paddle boarding, our primary students grew in their independence and team working abilities.

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