Wow! What a way to finish term 2! Ella, Cam, Logan, Centauri, Adam and our work experience student Josh, had the absolute privilege to lead the year 9/10s and teachers of Kurnai College. Over their time at The Summit, each and every student unleashed their greatness and followed our Five Keys: 1. Have Fun 2. Play All In 3. Make Lots of Mistakes 4. Get Comfortable Being Uncomfortable 5. Don’t go Home Wondering What-If Camp started with a massive g
On Wednesday the 15th of June the year 5s from Drouin Primary School hopped on the bus to go on their first-ever camp, ready and excited for a new adventure! After the students and teachers settled into the Tent Village, the camp was ready to begin. Heading to the Blue Room students met Ella, Ash, Adam, Sunny, Liam and Timmay, The Summit coaches who were ready for the epic time ahead. Before camp could begin Ella introduced the Five Keys to an awesome camp: 1. Have Fun 2
On Tuesday 14th June 2022, The Summit welcomed campers to the beginning of their epic 4-day adventure. To begin camp, Team Leader Steph (Spag) and coach Logan told everybody all about our recipe for success, to have the best camp possible! The Five Keys to camp we learnt all about are: 1. Have Fun 2. Play All In 3. Make Lots of Mistakes 4. Get Comfortable Being Uncomfortable 5. Don’t Go Home Wondering ‘What If’ Shortly after we learnt how to incorporate these keys into our c
On Monday the 6th of June the year 6 students of Rangeview PS embarked on their epic five-day camp at The Summit. After eating some lunch and getting settled into their Cabin accommodation the year 6’s made their way to the Lodge where they learnt the Five Key values we like to use to make sure we have the best camp ever! These Five Key Values were: 1. Have Fun 2. Play All In 3. Make Lots of Mistakes 4. Get Comfortable Being Uncomfortable 5. Don’t Go Home Wondering What-if? W
On Wednesday the 1st of June we welcomed the last Footscray HS camp for the week. It was a pleasure to have all three campuses join us here at The Summit. So many students pushed themselves outside their comfort zones on multiple occasions. What an incredible bunch of humans. You should all be very proud of yourselves. Over camp there were many cool things to be learnt. Such as The Summits Five Keys. Have Fun Play All In Make Lots of Mistakes. Get Comfortable Being Uncomforta
On Wednesday, June 1st, The Summit was blessed with an amazing group of students from McClelland College part two! Sarah, Spinks, Sophie, Mim, Sam and Rohan would all love to extend their appreciation and thank you to every single student who attended the camp, getting to know you over the three days and watching you all blossom was truly a blessing. From the very beginning, we just knew we were about to have a wicked camp! Well done to everyone for: Having All the Fun. Playi
On Monday the 30th of May East Loddon year 7’s pulled into The Summit and headed down to the Doughty House to see their accommodation and to set up their beds before heading into the Lounge room to meet The Summit coaches that they would be spending their time with throughout camp. The coaches were Centauri, Sunny and Logan. All the students started their camp experience off by playing a big group game of Yee-Ha, the students all loved this game and continued to play it throu
On Monday the 30th of May, Footscray students from all campuses came together to The Summit! Knowing little of the new friends they’d meet and the new memories they were going to make! Students headed to the Lodge where they met camp leaders Ella, Ash, Chey, Sam and Adam. Ella welcomed the students to The Summit by introducing the Five Keys to an epic camp: 1. Have Fun 2. Play All In 3. Make Lots of Mistakes 4. Get Comfortable Being Uncomfortable 5.
On a wet Monday afternoon, the first half of McClelland College came through The Summit gates. Eager to get going they were shown to their tent accommodation to settle in. All students got together in The Lodge to introduce camp, staff, and the ‘Five Keys’. The first thing the groups did was play a game called ’50 Up’. Groups then smashed two initiatives and one rotation. By the end of the day, groups came up with some tribe names of their own (listed in the table below).