Students enjoy bushcraft sessions

Students enjoy bushcraft sessions

Students across the Schools have been enjoying bushcraft sessions after school, learning survival skills and enjoying time outdoors.

Over 90 students from Years 7-9 signed up for the co-curricular sessions, which were run in ‘bubbled’ groups, led by Mr E Smith, Director of Outdoor Education, and Mr P Nicholson, Bushcraft Instructor.

Mr E Smith said: “In their sessions, the students learnt basic fire lighting, using flints and steel. Their task was to collect materials and make a fire that would last them long enough to toast some marshmallows!”

Scroll down for a gallery of photos from the sessions.

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