Booking a School Camp is never an easy experience.

In the market, there are so many choices and options available. At Baptist Camping Victoria, we understand how overwhelming and difficult it can be to make the right decision.

In your situation, we know exactly what it is like to be a Teacher.

You’re working hard in the classroom. You’re meeting relentless demands from parents. And on top of that, you’re doing your very best to meet the requirements of your workplace.

With all this taken into consideration, no wonder it’s difficult to even think about giving your kids a great time at camp!

We see a lot of teachers overwhelmed organising and trying to pull off a successful school camp.

However, more often than not, teachers are under-prepared (with no fault of their own) in ensuring that they know exactly what their school needs are.

To make it even easier for you, here’s our “Three Things You Need To Know Before Booking Your School Camp”

1. Know Your School Values 

Before you go investigating and googling all the things, get crystal clear on what your school stands for.

At Baptist Camping Victoria, we sit down with new schools and go about understanding your school values.

With these values in mind, we create a camping experience for your class that’s 100% aligned with your worldview and a great experience for your kids!

2. Check For Tailored Programming. 

After knowing your school’s values are aligned with your camping partner, the second thing you want to look for is tailored programming.

Ideally, you want to find a camp site that will tailor their program to suit your educational outcome.

Do you want to teach your kids through fun activities? Do you want them to explore the countryside on horseback? Or do you want your class the richness of our history?

Ask yourself questions like these to ensure that your school camp delivers on what your school is asking for. Then, find a provider that can give you a fully tailored program to meet it.

3. Learning Through Life Experiences.

And finally, we want the students to have learning through life experiences.

Aristotle once said “For the things we have to learn before we can do them, we learn by doing them.”

Learning through life experiences teaches can not only assist you in reinforcing your school curriculum, it can also teach your kids the necessary life skills they can carry for the rest of their lives.

Do you need a hand in giving your kids the camp of a lifetime? Contact Us Now to speak to one of our friendly team today!


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