School Tours and Trips
There are many opportunities for our students to extend their educational experiences through extended travel, either within Western Australia, across the nation or around the world.
This page will provide information on many of those experiences, as well as links to some of the blogs and photo pages that these tours and trips update while they are away. If those links are not there already, please check back close to the trip departure, when we hope to add those details.
London & Paris - SVAPA Tour (April 2012)
Italian Tour - Languages (April 2012)
Quiet Lion Tour - Ex-Prisoners of War Association - Selected Students (April 2012)
This tour takes students and ex-POWs to Thailand to commemorate ANZAC Day at Hellfire pass, part of the Burma-Thai railway track. It is an emotional tour for all participants investigating the lives and experiences of the POWs and in particular Edward "Weary" Dunop, while building the infamous railway line. In 2012, the two students have been selected from Year 11. They will travel to Thailand from 17th April until 27th April.
Karijini-Ningaloo-Shark Bay Trip - Bush Ranger Cadets (April/May 2012)
The trip is for Senior Cadets by invitation.10 Days, 9 nights. Visiting Karijini National Park, Millstream National Park, Cape Range National Park, Ningaloo Marine Park & World Heritage area, Shark Bay.
Canberra Tour - Society & Environment - Year 9 & Year 11 (June 2012)
Students from years 9 and 11 will participate in this years tour to Canberra to study Federation, the political system of Australia and visit places of note pertinent to Australias' development as a nation. The tour is for 5 days in a very cold June.
The Mount Lawley NFO Tour - Society & Environment (2012)
This tour is for Year 11 students who wish to extend their reach in community involvement and service. 12 students are to participate in the 17 day tour during the July school holidays. They will be studying the atrocities of the Cambodian history, visiting UNESCO sites, visiting and helping in street and village schools and working in an orphanage in Takeo province, south of Phnom Penh. It will be a life changing experience for all involved.