Students inspect one of the many icebergs on the Tasman Glacier Lake.

School Camps

Published on Saturday, 24 November 2018, 2:06 p.m. Print Article

Contrasting weather conditions between the Year Six camp at Raincliff and the Year Seven and Eight camp at the Mount Cook National Park. Four days of rain did no deter the Raincliff campers and they were able to complete most camp actvities. For the Mt Cook campers suhats and sunscreen were the order of the day. This is a very special part of our beautiful country, a must-see place to visit.
A very big thank you to all of our camp parents. We cannot run these camps without your generous support. Thank you to Mrs J May, Miss Dunbar, Mrs White and Miss Koia for organising these camps.