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Leadership camps key for students future
AS A part of their inclusive fee structure, Peace Lutheran Primary School builds in a structured camping program.
This varies from a day excursion and sleepover at school in Year 1 to three day, two night camps in Years 5 and 6.
The most challenging of these camps is the Leadership Camp held at Emu Gully in Year 5.
While the school has an overall focus on positive relationships and values including respect, perseverance, co-operation, humility, this extends in Year 5 to include the attributes of leaders.
During the course of Year 5, students are encouraged to show they are exhibiting the qualities of a leader.
Passports are signed off by the teacher as students demonstrate specific qualities.
These vary from showing pride in the school by wearing the correct uniform to service they give to younger members in our community.
Held towards the end of Term 3, their camp is an extension of the leadership program with activities designed to challenge oneself and a focus on teamwork and support of team members so goals can be achieved.
During Term Four students will continue on their leadership journey with public speeches and the announcement of 2019 leaders and the rite of transfer at our end of year service.
HOLD ON: Students at Peace Lutheran Primary School.
Peace Lutheran Primary School students tackle a task as a team.