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Throughout the year, Toowoomba Anglican School students have the opportunity to take part in fantastic trips, camps and tours. These on and off site activities allow our students to experience the world outside the classrooms, build new friendships and make memories that will stay with them for life.
This tour consists of a 2 week homestay in Toulouse and a French exchange with partner school Le Caousou. Students have French lessons and attend school with their homestay students and also see the sights around Toulouse.
They then spend a week in Paris where they will see the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, The Louvre, Cruise the River Sienne, visit Versailles and the battle fields.
Set on a World Heritage listed island national park (with a resident population of just two park rangers and their one car), explore the pristine beaches, tall ancient forests and heritage sites. Enjoy 10 days exploring the very scenic area of Maria Island, Tasmania.
Students are challenged outside their comfort zone and while being immersed in an authentic hiking experiences surrounded by stunning landscapes.
Year 6 students embark on a week-long adventure to Sydney and Canberra where friendships are strengthened, leadership is tested and characters are built.
Our students undertake a full co-curricular and extra-curricular program from Prep to Year 6.
A highlight for students is our week long Year 6 Tour to Sydney and Canberra. It is a joy to discover the untapped potential in children during these outdoor experiences where the traits of resilience, determination, trust, leadership and loyalty are all on display.
The Toowoomba Anglican School Outdoor Education program is an important aspect of the overall approach to holistic schooling.
School camps provide students with challenges which are different to those provided in the classroom and they allow students the opportunity to meet challenges in a safe environment and to meet them shoulder-to-shoulder with their peers and teachers. Each year, the students experience different challenges - some in the rural environment and others in an urban setting.
First Overnight Stay Nature activities and experiences in Webb Park
Friendship and Social development at Koojarewon Youth Camp. A team-building camp that focusses on developing and maintaining relationships.
Adventure Camp at Somerset Dam Watersports, Hiking, Rock climbing and Canoeing are just some of the activities that take students out of their comfort zone to take risks in a safe environment.
Leadership Camp at Gold Coast Recreation Centre - With a focus on leadership, team building, problem solving and team dynamics, this camp exposes the leader in all of us.
Civics and Citizenship Canberra Tour - After a term of learning about the creation of Australia as a Democracy, students head south to investigate all Canberra has to offer with a focus on government, citizenship and democracy.
Year 7 Adventure Camp
Students head to Helidon at Emu Gully to learn about World War 2 history and survival skills – get ready for some heavy duty washing after the muddy activities!
Year 8 Currimundi Connections
The Connection Camp at Gold Coast Recreation Centre camp in Tallebudgera will see students take part in abseiling, archery, bouldering, canoeing and so much more.
Year 9 Five Day Wilderness Camp
This adventure camp starts with a series of theory and practical lessons to prepare you for life in the ﬁeld.
Year 10 Urban Adventure
As a part of the Gateway Program, this camp takes you to an urban setting. You’ll plan a budget and are responsible for transport, accommodation and navigation around Brisbane.
The Year 12 Retreat
The Year 12 Retreat has a very different focus and in every sense of the word it is truly a retreat. It takes place in the Bunya Mountains before the academic year begins and focusses on the year ahead. Through this camp, students begin the year with clear goals and strategies.