We couldn’t have asked for better weather on Monday this week as Year 7 headed out for a fabulous day on our annual Geography field trip excursion. We spent the day investigating water usage in the local area, along with putting into practice our mapping skills.
In our three Pastoral Care groups we spent time visiting the King’s farm and a local indigenous water way at Rocky Creek, we learnt the significance of an indigenous bora ring site and we finished the day with a climb up Wild Horse Mountain to map the surrounding area looking towards each main point of a compass.
It’s quite a steep climb for such a little unassuming mountain but the view at the top was certainly worth it. It was great to be outdoors putting our Geography skills into practice.
Tania Calais, Year 7 Coordinator