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Trinity Grade 6 Camp 2014 Canberra Sunday 16 th March – Thursday 20 th March. You bring your child to us A step toward letting go And trusting in our special plan To help your child grow. Philosophy.
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Sunday 16th March – Thursday 20th March
A step toward letting go
And trusting in our special plan
To help your child grow
Civic knowledge and understanding
At Level 6, students describe the nature of Australia’s democracy that developed as a result of Federation. They describe the three levels of government and some of the key functions of each level. They explain the basic elements of Australia’s federal parliamentary system and key democratic principles and values such as freedom of speech and equality before the law. They explain the concept of multiculturalism and describe the contribution of various cultural groups, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, to Australian identity. They demonstrate understanding of the process of making and changing laws.
At Level 6, students demonstrate understanding of the roles and responsibilities of leaders, and of democratic processes, when engaging in school and community activities. They present a point of view on a significant current issue or issues and include recommendations about the actions that individuals and governments can take to resolve issues. They demonstrate understanding that there are different viewpoints on an issue, and contribute to group and class decision making.
Australia as a nation
The Level 6 curriculum moves from colonial Australia to the development of Australia as a nation, particularly after 1900. Students explore the factors that led to Federation and experiences of democracy and citizenship over time. Students understand the significance of Australia’s British heritage, the Westminster system, and other models that influenced the development of Australia’s system of government.
Building social relationships
At Level 6, students demonstrate, through their interactions in social situations, respect for a diverse range of people and groups. They accept and display empathy for the points of view and feelings of their peers and others. They identify and use a variety of strategies to manage and resolve conflict.
Working in teams
At Level 6, students work effectively in different teams and take on a variety of roles to complete tasks of varying length and complexity. They work cooperatively to allocate tasks and develop timelines. Students accept responsibility for their role and tasks. They explain the benefits of working in a team. They provide feedback to others and evaluate their own and the team’s performance.
Managing personal learning
At Level 6, students develop and implement plans to complete short-term and long-term tasks within timeframes set by the teacher, utilizing appropriate resources. They undertake some set tasks independently, identifying stages for completion. They describe task progress and achievements, suggesting how outcomes may have been improved. They persist when experiencing difficulty with learning tasks. They seek and use learning support when needed from peers, teachers and other adults. They practice positive self talk. They demonstrate a positive attitude to learning within and outside the classroom.
This is the focus research question for our iSTAR Unit in Term 2. In addition to the Personal and Interpersonal Learning associated with the camp experience, this camp will also be used as an immersion into our iSTAR unit on leadership. We will be looking at the qualities of those who have assumed leadership roles in Parliament and how and why they are effective leaders.
Students develop an understanding of how they can be effective leaders in the school community, identifying their leadership strengths through their understanding of what makes a good leader and contribute to their chosen leadership team.
Places we visit:
The National Capital Planning Display
High Court of Australia
Australian National Gallery
Electoral Education Centre
Australian Institute of Sport
Civic Centre & Central Business District
National Science & Technology Centre (QUESTACON)
Australian War Memorial
At the National Capital Exhibition we explore the people, events, history and design that contributed to the development of our unique capital city. The Exhibition illustrates Canberra's vital role as a symbol of Federation through interactive displays and multi-media models.
We see Australia's Constitutional court and highest court of appeal in a stunning building by Lake Burley Griffin in the Parliamentary Zone. We visit the court's three courtrooms and see the impressive artworks depicting the development of the our nation and its constitution. High Court Guides assist us to appreciate the symbolism and functionality of this extraordinary building.
The National Museum of Australia holds some of the nation's most popular and important items including Phar Lap's heart and the Holden Prototype No.1, as well as many significant artefacts from Australia's Indigenous history.
We enjoy the hands-on experiences for the young and the young-at-heart throughout the Museum.
Students discover the champion within at Australia’s sporting powerhouse! We take a tour of the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) with an athlete as our guide. We see where Australia’s sporting champions live and train.
We challenge ourselves in Sportex, the interactive sports experience. Try rock climbing, virtual rowing, football penalty shoot-outs, skateboarding, winter sports and more!
Parliament House is a symbol of Australian democracy. Home to the Parliament of Australia and meeting place of the nation, Parliament House is the focal point of Canberra, our capital city. One of Australia's most iconic buildings, Parliament House integrates Australia's unique identity into its impressive architecture, stunning art and furniture collection, and beautiful landscape. We visit a working Parliament building - hear what the Government is doing, see new laws being made, listen to debate about issues of the day - and be a part of democracy in action.
The Australian War Memorial is one of the world's great museums. It is also the premier archive and centre for research into the history of Australian involvement in war. The Memorial commemorates the service and sacrifice of all Australian men and women in wartime. Here we discover the diverse Australian experiences of war and connect with the stories of people and events that shaped Australia. Here we can also pay your respects and discover what it means to be Australian.
Australian War Memorial
We see spectacular 360 degree night and day views of Canberra's region from Telstra Tower. We feel the wind in our hair on the open viewing platforms. This 195 metre tower provides essential communications facilities for the national capital. We also trace the history of Australian telecommunications at the Heritage Museum.
Students will experience an overview of the development and practice of Australian democracy, past, present and future by:
The Royal Australian Mint is one of Canberra's real gems.
See where every coin in the pockets of millions of Aussies is originally made. Check out the coin production factory and the Mint's family of robots as they help out with the heavy lifting.
Discover the National Coin Collection, two 'holey-dollars' are just a couple of the rare, valuable and historically significant coins on display.
Mint your own collectable one dollar coin, and browse the Mint Coin Shop for great gifts, collectables and mementos made right here at the Mint.
We go for a drive around the Yarralumla embassy zone, which has turned into an attraction in itself. Each diplomatic mission could design its own embassy building, and most chose to do so in their respective country's traditional architectural style.
A sneak peek at The Lodge
Papua New Guinea
United States of America
We visit more than 100,000 works of art and world-class art exhibitions at the National Gallery of Australia. We see the famous Blue poles, Discover Australian art, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art, Asian art and international art. We wander through the Art of the Indian Subcontinent Gallery for the largest collection of art, sculptures and textiles in the region outside of India.
With over 200 hands-on exhibits visitors of all ages will journey through the wonderful world of science. From discovering the answers in Q Lab through to encouraging young scientists to explore in Mini Q you'll discover the smarter way to have fun.
Capital Country Holiday Village
SUTTON NSW 2620
Coach to and from Canberra
Departing: Sunday 16th March, 7am
Returning: Thursday 20th March
Represent our school, our families and ourselves respectfully at all times.
Attempt each activity to the best of our ability.
Not leave our group, for any reason, without telling a teacher or accompanying adult.
Listen carefully to ALL instructions.
Ask great questions at the places we visit.
Keep our belongings neat and tidy and encourage our cabin mates to do the same.
Tidy our cabins before breakfast time each morning.
Take other holiday makers at ‘Country Capital Holiday Village’ into consideration by-
Not making too much noise around the cabins.
Using toilets / shower areas sensibly.
Not leaving any rubbish lying around.
Commit to a positive attitude for the duration of Camp.
Students are to abide by the Code of Conduct for students visiting Capital Country Holiday Village.
enjoying the camp experience as much as possible and allowing others to do the same.
Serious misbehavior may result in a child’s parents being requested to remove their child from Capital Country Holiday Village. Parents are responsible for any costs associated with their child’s return.
The Capital Country Holiday Village provides lodges for school groups with full ensuite.
Student lodges range from 2 – 6 students per room in bunk beds.
Meals served in the front verandah of the lodge.
Continental selection: Muesli, Weetbix,
Rice Bubbles, Corn Flakes. Toast &
Spreads, juice, yoghurt, tinned fruit.
Hot selection: Sausages, bacon, poached
Or scrambled eggs, baked beans or
Tuna with cheese and salads.
Make your own sandwich.
Fruit, biscuits, water and cordial.
Hamburgers, hot dogs or toasted sandwiches.
Spaghetti Bolognaise Dessert:
Chicken schnitzels with potatoes & veg Chocolate Mousse
Sunday roast Ice cream & toppings
BBQ meat and salads Apple crumble & custard
Chicken stir-fry Fruit jellies
Lasagne or Fried rice
Children are not permitted to bring any FOOD other than their lunch and snack on the first day.
Special Dietary Requirements: Trekset Tours are happy to cater for dietaries that are due to medical reasons, however they will not cater for personal dietary preferences of likes and dislikes. A vegetarian option is available as an alternative.
All Special Dietary Requirements forms will be included in the Parent Information Booklet.
Can cater to vegetarian diet
Camp kitchens and menus do not contain any nut or nut products, however be aware that no guarantee can be given that food provided is completely nut free.
Trekset and their operators make every effort to minimize the risk.
IF students require particular foods for medical reasons, parents will need to supply the food.
All Tours are in mixed class groups.
Students are accompanied by teachers at all times.
SPENDING MONEY:Students will not be permitted to purchase drinks or sweets.
All food and drink is supplied once we arrive at CAPITAL COUNTRY HOLIDAY VILLAGE.
Students wishing to purchase gifts or souvenirs may bring up to $40.
REQUIREMENTS: Each child is required to bring with them their own towel, pillow, sleeping bag and fitted sheet for their mattress (No Doonas).
CLOTHING: Neat casual as appropriate for the places we are visiting. Please refer to the WHAT TO BRING LIST. Students are asked to pack conservatively following the strict guidelines of luggage size.
FIRST DAY: Each child is required to bring snack and lunch, a refillable drink bottle, hat and sunscreen in a backpack which will be carried on the bus on the day of departure. Electronic equipment and pillows may also be taken on the bus.
Underwear and socks for each day
Long pants (Jeans)
Appropriate enclosed footwear for walking.
Children are NOT TO BRINGMOBILE PHONES, Hair Straighteners, Hair Dryers or any similar items.
Children MAY BRING a camera, ipod, iPad, MP3 player and/or electronic games to listen to music or play games as we travel to and from Canberra.
*(Please make sure all items are clearly labelled. This equipment is allowed but taken at owner's own risk.)*
In cases of emergency please phone Trinity Catholic Primary School (during office hours) OR CAPITAL COUNTRY HOLIDAY VILLAGE.
Keeping in touch with us along the way!
Students will be logged onto Edmodo at the beginning of Term 1 2014. A letter will be sent home to parents along with a unique code for you to register to Edmodo. Staff will be posting photos of students every day along our travels. You are welcome to comment and join in the fun!
Option 1: Payment in full of $420 by 1st November, 2013.
Option 2: Pay deposit of $50 by 1st November 2013.
Remaining balance of $370 by Friday 14th February, 2014
Option 3: Pay deposit of $50 by 1st November, 2013 followed by 4 Instalments by the following dates:
15th November 2013 $100
29th November 2013 $100
13th December 2013 $100
14th February 2014 $ 70
** The school office is open tonight. Payments can be made at this time.
$ 420.00 per student