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On 12 – 14 October, the Year 6 cohort ventured to Aldinga Beach Holiday Park to take part in a camp facilitated by Active Ed. This camp had a strong focus on personal growth, leadership, resilience building, problem solving, and group dynamics. The weather was perfect and the students were excited for a fun start to their final term at the Primary Campus.

The students took part in several small activities and games that challenged their team work, communication and resilience and taught them skills to become more successful in group situations and as individuals. They also completed an orienteering course in the Aldinga Scrub which involved being surrounded by nature and sighting several kangaroos.

On day two, the group boarded the bus to Encounter Bay for aquatics where students completed sailing, kayaking and surf education which was a highlight of the camp.

Students enjoyed games of basketball, volleyball and soccer during their free time, as well as making use of the jumping pillow and games of Uno. Another highlight was the students vs teachers basketball game with Mr Rose, Mr Basso and Mr Gazettas which were played competitively until dark.

The students represented the College in a fantastic light and displayed their growth and maturity that has developed throughout their experiences at the Primary Campus, particularly this year in preparation for their journey to the Secondary Campus.​

Nathan Rose, Primary Coordinator & Year 6 Teacher


Ms Tyrwhitt’s Year 6 Design and Digital Technology students have been learning how to use CoSpaces AR and VR software to create an interactive virtual world. SMC student Charlie R has used these newly acquired skills to enter into a student film competition run by MobileMuster.

MobileMuster is the product stewardship program of the mobile phone industry and is accredited by the federal government. It is voluntarily funded by all of the major handset manufacturers and network carriers to provide a free mobile phone recycling program in Australia to the highest environmental standard. The program is committed to raising awareness and educating the community on why it is important to recycle.

MobileMuster have received over 400 entries from around the country for their film competition, and a panel of film, environmental and education experts have selected finalists based on their creativity, technical skills, environmental message and relevance to the theme “Small actions. Big Impact”. Charlie R has been nominated for the People’s Choice Award in the ‘Highly Commended – Primary’ category. To vote for Charlie please click here.

Check out Charlie’s entry below. Good luck Charlie!