School Camps

St James’ Anglican School believes that camps and tours form an integral part of our curriculum and provide experiences and activities central to students' academic and personal development.

Experiential learning is well founded in education, and provides unique opportunities, which will endeavour to enhance learning outcomes across all subject areas for our students.  Through camps and tours, students are given the opportunity to experience a wide range of activities beyond the usual school settings. Students are able to interact with their teachers and peers in a setting vastly different from the classroom. With these day-to-day barriers broken, there is great potential for positive interaction at a much higher level.

A school priority is establishing harmonious school relationships for the achievement of common goals and camps are a natural extension of this philosophy.

Year 4 Camp - Springhills Farmstay

 

Year 5 Camp - Rottnest Island

 

Year 6 Camp - Woodman Point

 

Year 7 Camp - Manjedal

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Canberra Tour 2017

24 October 2017

Students from St James’ have recently undertaken an educational tour of the national capital.

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Traditional Japanese Garden

24 October 2017

We are in the process of creating our very own Traditional Japanese Garden.

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21 November 2017

Yr. 6 Celebration Chapel Service

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24 November 2017

Yr 5 Wall Assembly

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01 December 2017

Yr 6 Final Assembly

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