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Grade  10  Week  with  out  Walls   !

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2011  -­‐  September  

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INDEX     An  Introduction   The  Team   The  Location   Accommodation   Travel  Arrangements   The  Itinerary   The  costs    

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What  to  bring   Health  and  safety   Important  contacts   Risk  assessment   Travel  Insurance   Student  Conduct  Form                  


Introduction       Welcome   to   our   Week   without   walls   programme.   This   programme   is   developed  to  give  students  the  opportunity  to  work  together  to  build   relationships  and  leadership  skills.  It  also  provides  students  with  the   opportunity   to   see   how   they   learn   in   the   classroom   relates   to   the   world  around  them.     Links   to   the   curriculum   are   made   and   are   an   essential   part   of   our   Middle  Years  Programme.     We  hope  that  the  information  provided  in  this  booklet  will  give  you   valuable   information   as   well   as   the   essence   of   what   the   trip   is   all   about.     Please  do  contact  us  if  you  have  any  questions  regarding  this  trip.       The  Team:     Trip  Coordinator  –  Mr.  Gavin  Johnson  Ph:  082111203158     Team  members:     Mr.  Brian  Duffy           Mr.  David  Spiers             Mr.  Justin  Prophet           Ms  Wu  Xianggao           Ms.  Yulia  Arza           Ms.  Hani  Herawati           Mr  Paul  Sebastian  –  For  rafting  only        


The  Location:       The  Grade  10  trip  will  be  based  in  and  around  the  area  Peta  Sungai  Citarik  .  We   will   be   camping   each   of   the   four   nights   and   details   and   pictures   of   the   campsites  can  be  found  later  in  this  booklet.  We  will  be  take  part  in  a  Rafting   activity   during   the   trip   with   a   certified   company   these   details   will   be   discussed   during  the  parent  meeting.  This  is  an  exciting  and  challenging  trip  and  we  hope   to   reach   the   summit   of   Mt.   Gede   but   we   have   also   taken   into   account   alternative  routes  if  the  weather  or  any  other  factors  stop  us  from  doing  so.       During   the   evening   each   activity   will   be   linked   in   with   our   curriculum   and   students  will  have  a  great  opportunity  to  learn  in  different  styles  and  build  on   leadership  and  communication  skills.  A  full  detailed  list  of  activities  can  also  be   found  later  in  this  booklet.  

   

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The  Costs   The  following  is  a  breakdown  of  the  costs,  this  includes  all  meals  and  snacks,   accommodation,  cost  of  chaperones,  travel,  incidentals  and    insurance.    

  Item   Trip  Package  includes  

Total  cost  (including   chaperone  costs)   126,000,000  

Per  student   45000000  

All  accommodation   All  travel   All  food   All  activities   Insurance   100,000  

Contingency  fund  

 

Total  Cost  

100,000  

4,600,000  

Note:  The  contingency  fund  is  for  unforeseen  costs.  In  the  event  that  it  is  not  needed   it  will  be  returned  to  the  student.  

  Spending  Money:   Everything   that   students   need   including   snacks   will   be   covered   within   the   budget  provided  so  spending  money  will  not  be  required.  However  if  students   wish   to   bring   spending   money   we   would   kindly   request   that   they   bring   no   more   than   200,000   Rupiahs.   The   school   cannot   take   responsibility   for   any   money,   which   is   carried   by   the   students.   We   appreciate   your   cooperation   in   this  matter.  

             


What  to  bring  

    Please  try  to  pack  as  lightly  as  possible,  using  one  backpack  that  the  student  can   carry  himself  or  herself.      You  will  be  carrying  this  backpack  during  the  walk  so   only  pack  what  you  need  and  what  you  can  carry.  This  bag  must  be  a  rucksack  not   a  hand  held  bag  or  suitcase.    

Clothes  (For  five  days  of  outdoor  activities)   Please  note  that  temperatures  vary  greatly  students  therefore  need  to   plan  for  cold  weather.   Underwear   T-­‐Shirts   Lightweight  trousers   Sports  clothes  (shorts  and  tops)   Fleece/Jersey/Jumper   Socks   Walking  shoes   Trainers   Sun  Hat   Swimming  Suit  and  Towel   Pajamas  

Medication  

Any  medication  required  must  be  given  to  the  Teacher  in  charge  with  instructions  of   how  much  and  when  it  is  to  be  taken.    All  medication  should  be  in  a  sealed  bag  and  will  be  collected  by  chaperones  on  the   first  day  

Toiletries  

Toothpaste  and  Toothbrush   Soap  and  Shampoo   Girls  (Sanitary  needs)   Deodorant   Insect  repellant   Sunscreen   Towel   Water  bottle   Small  lightweight  daypack  for  walking   Plastic  bag  for  wet/  dirty  clothing.   Torch  

  Note:  If  you  choose  to  bring  Mobile  phones,  cameras  or  other  electronic  equipment  the   school  cannot  be  held  responsible  for  any  damage  or  lose  that  may  occur,  you  bring  this   equipment  at  your  own  risk.    


Health  and  safety   The  outfitter  provides  all  necessary  safety  equipment  and  also  extensive   first  aid  supplies.  

Important  contacts   Trip  Coordinator  :  

 

 

Gavin  Johnson  Ph:082111203158  

Chaperone:  

 

 

David  Spiers:      081287596108  

 

Senior  Leadership  Contact:    

Paul  Sebastian:    081282367695  

Risk  assessment   The  details  of  the  risk  assessment  will  be  given  at  the  parent   meeting.                  


OVERNIGHT  FIELD  TRIP     STUDENT  CODE  OF  CONDUCT  FORM   Behaviour  on  public  occasions  such  as  camps  should  be  such  that  it  reflects  credit  on  the   school.  This  includes  behaving  in  a  courteous  and  orderly  manner  and  following   instructions  promptly.  Each  member  of  the  school  community  has  the  right  to  be  treated   with  courtesy  and  understanding.    Every  individual  should  be  treated  with  respect. SAFETY • • •

All students must follow instructions from the teacher/staff member in charge. At all times, students must stay within the physical boundaries stated by the teacher/staff member in charge. All guidelines must be strictly observed.

 

CONDUCT SWA Middle & High School Behavior Expectations apply at all times – Respect Yourself, Respect Others, Respect the Environment, Practice Responsibility and Kindness. • Behave in a way that respects yourself, others and your physical environment • Respect other people’s rights, cultures, opinions, personal space, and property • Respect the Natural Environment • Respect relationships – your own and other people’s • Treat everybody (other students, staff, general public) with politeness and courtesy • Always listen carefully and use appropriate language • Work cooperatively and collaboratively • Bullying, teasing and violence do not respect others and are not acceptable behaviors • Dangerous and offensive items must not be brought to school or on a field trip • Smoking and consuming alcohol/drugs is strictly forbidden as per SWA school policy.  

NOTE In the event of serious misconduct, it will be at the discretion of the Principal to decide if the student will be sent home. After contact has been made with parent/caregiver transport arrangements will be made. Transport costs and associated expenses will be charged to the parent/caregiver.  

Please sign the Agreement below:form on the reverse of this sheet. RETURN THIS FORM AS SOON AS POSSIBLE TO THE HOMEROOM TEACHER.    

This trip has been approved by the Sinarmas World Academy to be held at: ______________________________________________________  

The trip will take place from ________________to_________________.

AGREEMENT    

STUDENT’S  NAME:    _____________________________________              HOMEROOM    __________    

STUDENT’S  SIGNATURE:    _______________________________              DATE    ________________    

I  have  read  the  above  Code  of  Conduct  and  accept  responsibility  for  my  son  /  daughter   complying  with  these  requirements.    I  give  my  son  /  daughter  permission  to  attend   this  Camp,  which  has  been  approved  by  Sinarmas  World  Academy.    

PARENT/GUARDIAN’S  SIGNATURE:    __________________________      DATE:    ____________  

 



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