This camp is only offered to students completing Unit 1 and 2 Physical Education and will enable students to experience some aspects of our course of study as well as learning more about surf awareness, surfing and bonding together as a group. In class we will have been studying key concepts such as sociocultural influences on physical activity (enablers and barriers), energy systems and health promotion strategies along with different types of physical activity, sport and exercise. This experience will expose students first hand to multiple key learning concepts and application. Students will also be coached on how to surf and experience and observe various coaching styles and be able to start linking concepts taught in the classroom to a practical application. It is also a great way to reflect on the role the environment plays in physical activity levels and how some initiatives are using surfing to improve ‘connections’ in some communities.
This camp includes:
*Transport (in mini busses + trailor),
*3 x 2 hour surf lessons (with qualified instructors, long wetsuits, safe rubberised surfboards and instruction in surf awareness/ surfing)
*Cabin accommodation at the ‘Big 4’ Newhaven Caravan Park
*Most food. Students will need to bring lunch for the first day and purchase an evening meal on the Wednesday.
*A full equipment list and itinerary will be made available.
*Teacher in charge: Miss Shelley Veale.
Refer to the equipment list for specific details. Clothing that is comfortable for the conditions and offers sun protection.
1 x 25 seater (PEG to drive)
1 x 12 seater (VEA to drive)