Treasure Island-Global Adventures Since 1995: – Outdoor Education: Adventure & Environmental – IB-linked and holistic programmes – International staffcertified in Wilderness First Aid and outdoor & adventure education 5000 students/year
Risk & Safety Management Leader to Students: 1: 15 in all outdoor activities 1:8 on all technical components Complete risk assessments PHEC, WFA & CPR trained staff Outdoor Certified Instructors
SIS Year 7 CAS Tribal Camp Maps & Orienteering Team Initiatives Kayaking Hiking Gorging Raft building Survivor Skills Scavenger Hunt Sensory Activities Rope Challenges Cheung Chau Expedition Sandy Shore Habitats Game of Life
KEY DATES Tuesday October 16 th Payment for Camp - $3,400 cheque made payable to South Island School Consent Form - (SIS goes MaD Week 2012 - Year 7 Camp Indemnity Form) Student Medical Information and Contact Details Update Compulsory Medical Authorisation Form
Camp fees: Whats included Programme instruction All materials and equipment Transportation on programme Supplemental emergency insurance All meals, snacks, drinks, except: Day one, students must pack lunch Tents and sleeping mats – Please bring own sleeping bags and personal items
Monday October 22 nd Secondary School Order Form for Overnight Camps Return directly to Treasure Island with payment Students will collect this on the day of arrival
LOGISTICS Students should meet at the Outlying Ferry Pier (Pier 6) in Central on Monday 12 th November. Houses B, C, K - Meet at 8:10 a.m. Houses M, N, S - Meet at 8:40 a.m. They should be dressed for camp, wearing their PE Uniform. We will return on Friday 16 th November at 1pm and parents should arrange to collect the students from Pier 6, Outlying Ferry Pier, in Central.
Some further details regarding equipment …. Parents help make camp a success!
D AY PACK & W ATER B OTTLE Two straps are vital Sturdy water bottle