Dulwich College Seoul Adventure 2020-2021

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RESIDENTIAL AND ADVENTUROUS JOURNEY PROGR AMME 2020 -2021


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Welcome from the Head of College & Head of Outdoor Education

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COVID-19

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Dulwich College Seoul Adventure Mission

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Programme Objectives

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Curriculum Modules

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IB Learner Profile

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Risk Management and Wellbeing

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Programme Overview

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> Year 1 Day Camp Seoul

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> Year 2 Camp Seoul

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> Year 3 Camp Chuncheon

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> Year 4 Camp Yangpyeong

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> Year 5 Camp Yeoju

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> Year 6 Camp Seoraksan

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> Year 7 Adventure Day

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> Year 8 Adventure Day

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> Year 9 Adventure Day

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> Year 10 Adventure Days

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> Year 11 Adventure Day

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> Year 12 The Shackleton Project

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> Year 12 The Seacole Project

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Optional Co-curricular Adventure Programme

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> Ski Korea

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> Ski Japan

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> Surf Philippines

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> Climb Thailand

Table of Contents

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Detur Pons Mondo - Building Bridges to the World What better way to exemplify our College motto than through this broad and varied programme of outdoor activities and trips. Engaging with the outdoors allows our learners to develop their problemsolving skills and nurture and develop friendships. Learners of all ages have the opportunity to work together as part of a team, and this develops a wide range of skills, from collaboration to creativity to conflict resolution. Most importantly, our students are given the opportunity to deepen their connection with the outdoors so that they recognise the fundamental value and importance of their relationship with the natural world. A great deal of thought has gone into the design of this programme to ensure that our students and staff are as safe as they can be in getting to grips with our Pioneering Spirit. Gudmundur Hegner Jonsson Head of College

Welcome from the Head of College & Head of Outdoor Education

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It is the greatest professional privilege to lead outdoor education at Dulwich College Seoul. Building on our Pioneering Spirit we are proud to deliver ‘Dulwich College Seoul Adventure’, a progressive and stimulating programme for all students across the College. Today, living in a risk-averse and digital culture, many of the lessons I learnt from adventure are at risk of becoming ‘endangered’. Working with the most respected adventure providers across Asia and underpinned by robust risk management and contemporary adventure pedagogy, the programme provides exciting learning opportunities across a breadth of interdisciplinary domains. Each camp and adventurous journey has been carefully constructed to nurture inter- and intrapersonal growth through challenging and meaningful experiences, transferable to the classroom and beyond. One example of this is that by teaching students to be reflective they become active in making decisions and managing risk thus developing their ability to exercise good judgement. Starting gently in Year 1, the level of challenge gradually increases year on year. By adjusting environmental, technical and self-sufficient complexity we aim to build the students of tomorrow with the skills and confidence to plan and undertake their own independent adventurous journeys. David Jewitt Head of Outdoor Education

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COVID-19 The continued impact of COVID-19 has unfortunately led to the cancellation of all Term 1 Residentials. However, we are hopeful to be able to offer the affected year groups a replacement ‘Adventure Day’ that will take place in the local area. At this stage, we remain optimistic for Residential provision in Term 3. With this in mind, a framework has been created to act as COVID-19 safe planning framework. Whilst this will impact certain aspects of each programme, both the philosophical and pedagogical aims remain consistent. A summary of the key policy highlights are detailed below: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Continuation of ‘in school’ protocol regarding temperature checks and quarantine procedures. All planned activities appropriate to social distancing guidelines. Students to operate within contained ‘pods’ for the duration of each programme. Pension / hotel style lodging with ensuite and spacious rooms, shared by members of allocated pods. Showering only to take place in allocated bathroom at lodging. Students will not prepare or cook any food. External providers to plan in accordance with our policy and latest government guidelines.

*Please be reminded that the activities and residential opportunities detailed within this programme remain subject to cancellation at any time. Please understand that in the event of a cancellation, we are unable to guarantee any alternative provision.

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Dulwich College Seoul Adventure Mission At Dulwich College Seoul we believe that education goes beyond books, bricks and mortar. Our programme of outdoor and adventurous learning has been carefully constructed to nurture inter-and intrapersonal growth, transferable to and beyond the classroom, helping students prepare for a future that is indefinable. Our mission is to develop creativity through exploration, build resilience through challenge and foster environmental, individual and social responsibility through journey and service. We believe in creating the leaders of tomorrow with learning opportunities that stimulate and inspire the confidence to act, think critically and adapt to change with compassion, empathy and integrity.

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Programme Objectives To nurture in all ‘adventurers’: An adventurous spirit

Effective problem solving and risk management skills

Effective organisation and planning skills

A positive environmental attitude A breadth of practical knowledge Leadership potential and skills that promote team cohesion Confidence with self-directed learning

Refined reflective practice skills

Cogent and critical decision making Individual and social responsibility Task not ego driven focus on success

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Flexibility in adapting to change


Curriculum Modules The programme targets key learning objectives structured around six modules that increase in complexity and / or demand as learners progress through the school. An overview of each module aim is detailed below:

Sustainable Outdoor Practice

Exploration Planning and Preparation

Aims to promote environmental awareness, management and conservation understanding.

Aims to prepare the understanding required to plan independent exploration of progressively challenging environments.

Health and Wellbeing in the Outdoors Aims to explore the physiological and psychological demands of taking part in outdoor and adventurous activities.

Outdoor Leadership

Aims to nurture leadership potential and develop skill sets that promote team cohesion.

Managing Risk and Solving Problems

Applied Skills Development

Aims to promote safe practice, equipping learners with dynamic strategies to effectively solve problems and issues concerning risk management.

Aims to develop the practical skills required to function safely and independently across a breadth of outdoor environments.

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IB Learner Profile The Adventurous Residential and Journey Programme also helps to further embed the IB Learner attributes across a breadth of experiences, transferable to and beyond the classroom.

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Risk Management and Wellbeing In order to promote a positive and meaningful experience, wherever possible Dulwich College Seoul encourages ‘challenge by choice’, empowering students to set their own goals and levels of engagement. By definition ‘adventure’ carries a degree of risk and uncertainty. However, when carefully managed, ‘risk and uncertainty’ provides an effective platform from which to nurture strong inter-and intrapersonal skills. Therefore ‘risk’ is calculated from the perspective that when carefully managed, it enables learning through adventure, not restricts it. We meticulous cross check providers risk assessments, standard and emergency procedures against: 1. 2. 3. 4.

Dulwich College Seoul activity risk assessments, standard and emergency procedures. British National Governing Body recommendations associated with each adventurous activity. National centres of excellence such as Glenmore Lodge activity risk assessments, standard and emergency procedures. Dulwich College International health and safety policy.

Whilst this process affords us confidence with our providers, risk assessments are always treated as ‘ongoing’ and ‘dynamic’. Staff and students are active stakeholders in managing the risk of each activity which together with a high staff to student ratio ensures a collective responsibility regarding safety. Dulwich College Seoul are proud to be supported by International SOS. ISOS focuses on helping organisations reduce exposure to, and mitigate, risks while travelling abroad. Their services include pre-travel information, pre-travel health programmes, travel safety education, advice and assistance services including emergency evacuation.

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You can follow our adventures on our instagram account @dcsl.adventure

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Programme Overview

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YEAR 1 DAY CAMP SEOUL Theme

Safe enjoyment

Dates

23 April 2021

Adventure Camp

Multi activity

Location

Dulwich College Seoul

Provider

Year 1 Team

Accommodation

N/A

Cost

Included within fees

Overview A day bursting with activities provides a gentle and safe introduction to the Dulwich College Seoul Adventure programme. Following a rotation of activities throughout the day, students enjoy cycling along the River Han before hiking back to school. Activities at school include shelter building, making hot chocolate, a low ropes course and paddling floating mats in the school swimming pool. The day is rounded off with some free play and an adventure movie before going home at 6pm.

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Kit List No technical items are required for this camp. A full packing list will be made available to you nearer departure.

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YEAR 2 CAMP SEOUL Theme

Curiosity

Dates

7 - 8 May 2021

Adventure Camp

Multi activity

Location

Dulwich College Seoul & local area

Provider

Year 2 Team

Accommodation

Dulwich College Seoul

Cost

Included within fees

Overview Building on from last year, students will again enjoy a rotation of activities in and out of school. This includes cycling, low ropes, a scavenger hunt, campsite olympics and a hike to the River Han with a picnic on the grass. This year students will build dens with their friends ready for their first night away from home. Before bed, students will enjoy dinner and a campfire with songs and marshmallows before an indoor movie watched from the comfort of their dens.

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Kit List No technical items are required for this camp. A full packing list will be made available to you nearer departure.

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YEAR 3 CAMP CHUNCHEON Theme

Safe enjoyment

Dates

28 - 30 April 2021

Adventure Camp

Multi activity

Location

Chuncheon

Provider

Adventure Korea

Accommodation

Glamping tents

Cost

Included within fees

Overview Students first off site residential takes them on a multi activity camp to Chuncheon. After a packed first day ice skating and canoeing, students will settle in for the night at their accomodation eating dinner and reflecting on their day. The second day starts early with a cycling proficiency test and learn to ride or riding along the designated riverside paths. Since for many this will be their first experience undertaking these activities the theme of this camp is ‘safe enjoyment’ and is supported by a high pastoral and technical staff to student ratio.

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Kit List Please note this list is for ‘technical items’. A full packing list will be made available to you nearer to departure. □ Walking shoes / sturdy trainers □ Water shoes (closed-toe) □ Non-cotton walking trousers / leggings □ Waterproof (rainproof) over trousers □ Waterproof (rainproof) jacket □ Long sleeve rash guard □ Fleece top x 2 □ Cycling helmet □ Cycling gloves □ Sleeping bag (Comfort 0°C - 5°C) □ Tough plastic water bottle (1 litre) □ Head torch (+ spare batteries) □ Travel towel

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YEAR 4 CAMP YANGPYEONG Theme

Team roles

Dates

11 - 14 May 2021

Adventure Camp

Multi activity

Location

Yangpyeong

Provider

Adventure Korea

Accommodation

Hotel / Pension

Cost

Included within fees

Overview Students explore what makes a cohesive team and the diverse roles needed for success in their theme this year. Their second camp takes them away for two nights in Yangpyeong. Students spend their first afternoon on low and high ropes before settling in at their accommodation and enjoying dinner. The second day sees students cycle in the morning and kayak in the afternoon building on the skills they learnt the year before. After dinner on the second evening students reflect on what they have learnt that day. Before the bus brings them back to school on the third day, students go for a short hike in the morning and enjoy a restaurant lunch.

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Kit List Please note this list is for ‘technical items’. A full packing list will be made available to you nearer to departure. □ Walking shoes / sturdy trainers □ Water shoes (closed-toe) □ Non-cotton walking trousers / leggings □ Waterproof (rainproof) over trousers □ Waterproof (rainproof) jacket □ Long sleeve rash guard □ Fleece top x 2 □ Cycling helmet □ Cycling gloves □ Sleeping bag (Comfort 0°C - 5°C) □ Tough plastic water bottle (1 litre) □ Thin dry bag (10 litres) □ Head torch (+ spare batteries) □ Travel towel

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YEAR 5 CAMP YEOJU Theme

Problem solving

Dates

24 - 28 May 2021

Adventure Camp

Multi activity

Location

Yeoju

Provider

Adventure Korea

Accommodation

Hotel / Pension

Cost

Included within fees

Overview A short coach ride takes Year 5 to Yeoju for a packed four night stay exploring problem based learning. Students spend their first day getting warmed up on a zipline and high ropes course. In the evening, after arriving at their accommodation and enjoying dinner, students will be briefed on the week ahead. This year students will undertake several ‘micro adventures’ by bike, kayak and foot. Each evening students will undertake activities, prepare for the next adventure and reflect on the day.

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Kit List Please note this list is for ‘technical items’. A full packing list will be made available to you nearer to departure. □ Walking shoes / sturdy trainers □ Water shoes (closed-toe) □ Non-cotton walking trousers / leggings □ Waterproof (rainproof) over trousers □ Waterproof (rainproof) jacket □ Long sleeve rash guard □ Fleece top x 2 □ Cycling helmet □ Cycling gloves □ Sleeping bag (Comfort 0°C - 5°C) □ Tough plastic water bottle (1 litre) □ Thin dry bag (10 litres) □ Head torch (+ spare batteries) □ Travel towel

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YEAR 6 CAMP SEORAKSAN

Overview Theme

Leadership

Dates

12 - 16 April 2021

Adventure Camp

Multi activity

Location

Seoraksan

Provider

Adventure Korea

Accommodation

Hotel / Pension

Cost

Included within fees

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Year 6 head to Seoraksan for action packed four night adventure to explore this years’ theme of leadership. Students spend their first day rafting before arriving at their accomodation. This year students will undertake several ‘micro adventures’ by bike, kayak and foot. The big challenge of the week will be the ‘Iron Way’ - a via ferrata offering spectacular panoramic views of the mountains. Each evening students will undertake activities, prepare for the next adventure and reflect on the day.


Kit List Please note this list is for ‘technical items’. A full packing list will be made available to you nearer to departure. □ Walking shoes / sturdy trainers □ Water shoes (closed-toe) □ Non-cotton walking trousers / leggings □ Waterproof (rainproof) over trousers □ Waterproof (rainproof) jacket □ Long sleeve rash guard □ Fleece top □ Sleeping bag liner □ Tough plastic water bottle (1 litre) x 2 □ Thin dry bags (10 litres) x 2 □ Head torch (+ spare batteries) □ Travel towel

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I enjoyed the Year 4 Residential Trip because it was my very first time staying in a hotel and going to the water park.

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Year 4 Student


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YEAR 7 ADVENTURE DAY Theme

Empathy

Dates

TBC

Adventure Day

Raft

Location

Ttukseom

Provider

Songkang Canoe School

Accommodation

N/A

Cost

Included within fees

Overview Due to the impact of COVID-19, we are unable to provide the usual adventurous journey this year. The intention is to provide students with a local adventure day. Year 7 will head down to the Han River for a day of rafting and water skills before returning to school late afternoon.

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Kit List Please note this list is for ‘technical items’. A full packing list will be made available to you nearer to departure. □ Water shoes (closed-toe) □ Waterproof (rainproof) jacket □ Swimwear (+ overshorts for girls) □ Long sleeve rash guard □ Fleece top □ Tough plastic water bottle (1 litre) □ Full sets of dry clothes to change □ Towel

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YEAR 8 ADVENTURE DAY Theme

Responsibility

Dates

TBC

Adventure Day

Bike

Location

Han River, Korea

Provider

Dulwich College Seoul Staff

Accommodation

N/A

Cost

Included within fees

Overview Due to the impact of COVID-19, we are unable to provide the usual adventurous journey this year. The intention is to provide students with a local adventure day. Year 8 will cycle along Han River developing their cycling confidence and skills before returning to school late afternoon.

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Kit List Please note this list is for ‘technical items’. A full packing list will be made available to you nearer to departure. □ Non-cotton shorts / leggings □ Non-cotton long sleeve t-shirt □ Fleece top □ Small backpack □ Cycling water bottle □ Cycling helmet □ Cycling gloves *Students are permitted to use their own bike, however please ensure that it is in good working order.

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YEAR 9 ADVENTURE DAY Theme

Team roles

Dates

TBC

Adventure Day

Hike

Location

Gwanaksan

Provider

Dulwich College Seoul Staff

Accommodation

N/A

Cost

Included within fees

Overview Due to the impact of COVID-19, we are unable to provide the usual adventurous journey this year. The intention is to provide students with a local adventure day. Year 9 will climb Gwanaksan to enjoy a panorama of Seoul before returning home late afternoon.

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Kit List Please note this list is for ‘technical items’. A full packing list will be made available to you nearer to departure. □ Walking boots / shoes □ Non-cotton shorts / trousers / leggings □ Waterproof (rainproof) over trousers □ Waterproof (rainproof) jacket □ Fleece top □ Tough plastic water bottles (1 litre) x 2 □ Backpack large enough to carry clothes not worn, water bottles and lunch

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YEAR 10 ADVENTURE DAYS Theme

Problem solving

Dates

TBC

Adventure Day

Hike

Location

Gwanaksan / Bukhansan

Provider

Dulwich College Seoul Staff

Accommodation

N/A

Cost

Included within fees

Overview Due to the impact of COVID-19, we are unable to provide the usual adventurous journey this year. The intention is to provide students with a local adventure day. Year 10 will climb Gwanaksan and Bukhansan over two consecutive days, enjoying spectacular views and adventurous scrambling before returning home late afternoon each day.

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Kit List Please note this list is for ‘technical items’. A full packing list will be made available to you nearer to departure. □ Walking boots / shoes □ Non-cotton shorts / trousers / leggings □ Waterproof (rainproof) over trousers □ Waterproof (rainproof) jacket □ Fleece top □ Tough plastic water bottles (1 litre) x 2 □ Backpack large enough to carry clothes not worn, water bottles and lunch

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YEAR 11 ADVENTURE DAY Theme

Team roles

Dates

TBC

Adventure Day

Kayak & Stand-up Paddle Board

Location

Ttukseom

Provider

Songkang Canoe School

Accommodation

N/A

Cost

Included within fees

Overview Due to the impact of COVID-19, we are unable to provide the usual adventurous journey this year. The intention is to provide students with a local adventure day. Year 11 will head down to the Han River for a day of paddle skills on kayaks, canoes and stand up paddle boards before returning to school late afternoon.

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Kit List Please note this list is for ‘technical items’. A full packing list will be made available to you nearer to departure. □ Water shoes (closed-toe) □ Waterproof (rainproof) over trousers □ Waterproof (rainproof) jacket □ Swimwear (+ overshorts for girls) □ Long sleeve rash guard □ Fleece top □ Tough plastic water bottle (1 litre) □ Full set of dry clothes to change □ Towel

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YEAR 12 THE SHACKLETON PROJECT Theme

Adventurous Journey

Dates

5 - 12 June 2021

Adventure Camp

TBD

Location

TBD

Provider

TBD

Accommodation

TBD

Cost

Included within fees

Overview Drawing on the experience gained from each Adventurous Residential and Journey, Dulwich College Seoul Adventure culminates with ‘the Shackleton Project’, the most demanding adventurous challenge yet. Students who select this project will spend 10 months planning every aspect of a week-long group student-led expedition. *Students choose either ‘the Shackleton Project’ or ‘the Seacole Project’.

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Kit List Students will write a comprehensive kit list based on their selected programme. Upon approval, this will be shared with parents.

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YEAR 12 THE SEACOLE PROJECT Theme

Adventurous Service Project

Dates

5 - 12 June 2021

Adventure Camp

TBD

Location

TBD

Provider

TBD

Accommodation

TBD

Cost

Included within fees

Overview Drawing on the experience gained from each Adventurous Residential and Journey, Dulwich College Seoul Adventure culminates with ‘the Seacole Project’, the most demanding adventurous challenge yet. Students who select this project will spend 10 months planning every aspect of a week-long group student-led service trip. *Students choose either ‘the Shackleton Project’ or ‘the Seacole Project’.

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Kit List Students will write a comprehensive kit list based on their selected programme. Upon approval, this will be shared with parents.

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The thrill I felt when I walked the last three steps was...

Year 10 Student

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indescribable.


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Optional Co-curricular Adventure Programme

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SKI KOREA

POSTPONED - RESUMING 2021-2022 Activity

Skiing

Open to

Year 2 - Year 8

Dates

Year 2

N/A

Year 3

N/A

Year 4

N/A

Year 5 & Year 6

N/A

Year 7 & Year 8

N/A

Location

Korea

Provider

JSki

Accommodation

Pension

Cost

Year 2 - Year 4

KRW 200,000

Year 5 - Year 8

KRW 650,000

Overview

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For the beginner or improver skier or snowboarder, Vivaldi Resort provide internationally qualified, English speaking instructors. Year 2 students spend a day at ‘Snowy Land’, whilst Year 3 and Year 4 students enjoy a day on the slopes. Students in Year 5 to Year 8 spend 2 nights and 3 full days, providing a great opportunity to improve their skills.


Kit List Please note this list is for ‘technical items’. A full packing list will be made available to you nearer to departure. □ Thermal bottoms x 1 □ Thermal top x 1 □ Ski socks x 2 □ Skiing fleece / midlayer x 1 □ Winter coat □ Ski jacket (if bringing own) □ Ski pants (if bringing own) □ Waterproof ski gloves / mitts □ Ski helmet □ Ski boots □ Warm hat (no bobbles) x 2 □ Ski goggles *No personal skis or snowboards may be brought on this trip.

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SKI JAPAN

POSTPONED - RESUMING 2021-2022 Activity

Skiing

Open to

Year 7 - Year 13

Dates

N/A

Location

Minakami, Japan

Provider

Canyons

Accommodation

Dormitories

Cost

KRW 2,150,000

Overview For students with some previous experience of skiing or snowboarding, Japan offers some incredible conditions. Just a short distance from Tokyo are the mountain resorts of Minikami and home to Canyons, the provider for the Year 9 adventurous journey. Coached by Level 3 qualified instructors from New Zealand, Skiers of all abilities are guaranteed a personalized experience to develop both their skill and confidence on the slopes.

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Kit List Please note this list is for ‘technical items’. A full packing list will be made available to you nearer to departure. □ Thermal bottoms x 1 □ Thermal top x 1 □ Ski socks x 2 □ Skiing fleece / midlayer x 1 □ Winter coat □ Ski jacket (if bringing own) □ Ski pants (if bringing own) □ Waterproof ski gloves / mitts □ Ski helmet □ Ski boots □ Warm hat (no bobbles) x 2 □ Ski goggles *No personal skis or snowboards may be brought on this trip.

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SURF PHILIPPINES

POSTPONED - RESUMING 2021-2022 Activity

Surfing

Open to

Year 7 - Year 13

Dates

N/A

Location

La Union, Philippines

Provider

International Schools Surf Camp

Accommodation

Hotel

Cost

KRW 1,800,000

Overview A short drive from Manilla provides some of the best and safest beginner breaks in the region. Situated in La Union province is a coastal village known as “Surf Town� and the International Schools Surf Camp beachfront hotel. Over the week students will become immersed in surfing, studying ocean theory, lifesaving skills, yoga and beach conservation. *Only the most popular choice between Surf Philippines or Climb Thailand will proceed.

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Kit List No technical items are required for this camp. A full packing list will be made available to you nearer departure.

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CLIMB THAILAND

POSTPONED - RESUMING 2021-2022 Activity

Rock climbing

Open to

Year 7 - Year 13

Dates

N/A

Location

Chiang Mai, Thailand

Provider

CMRC

Accommodation

Camping

Cost

KRW 2,000,000

Overview Chiang Mai, Thailand has some of the finest rock climbing in South East Asia. Under the expert tutelage of internationally acclaimed provider CMRC, students will eat sleep and breathe climbing. The week progressively builds up toward a multi-pitch summit experience and a panoramic vista of Chiang Mai.

*Only the most popular choice between Surf Philippines or Climb Thailand will proceed.

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Kit List No technical items are required for this camp. A full packing list will be made available to you nearer departure.

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