The Stuartholme Summer Camp provides girls with a structured program that gives them the opportunity to familiarise themselves with the School and meet other students. The aim of Summer Camp is to provide the girls with unique opportunities for learning, exposure to a wide range of skills and activities, to develop and build confidence, and most importantly have fun!
Who can attend: Summer Camp caters for girls who are enrolled to attend Stuartholme in 2021 or 2022 (currently in year 5 or 6).
Timing: Summer Camp will take place on the Stuartholme grounds on Sunday 15 November, 2020. This is a one day event only in 2020.
Cost: Cost for Summer Camp is $100 and includes a Camp Kit which includes a bag, hat and t-shirt, meals and all camp activities.
Activities: Whilst we have planned activities which we believe the girls will enjoy we appreciate there may be some activities which some girls, for whatever reason, would rather not do. There is nothing compulsory about Summer Camp and your daughters will not be forced into participating in activities if they do not wish to. Alternate quiet activities are available at all times throughout the camp.
Catering: Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea will be provided at Summer Camp. Please list all dietary requirements on the online sign on form.
Registration: Registration is a two part process.
Part 1 – Please click here and select “Events/Other Payment” and then follow prompts for payment including selecting “Summer Camp” under the Event tab and ensuring you record your receipt number.
Part 2 – Please fill out the registration form below with your details including your payment receipt number.
Summer Camp is limited to the first 140 students who register. Attendance is very popular so we strongly recommend registering now.
Please note that due to the current circumstances we have reduced Summer Camp to 1 day this year. As we draw closer to the Camp we will update all registered attendees of any changes to the schedule or procedures as a result of Covid-19. Unfortunately due to restrictions the re will not be a parent function.
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