Camp Wrap Up #2

Camp Wrap Up #2

Well I survived! Four weeks of back to back camps during May meant I was a bit tired in the end. Unusual for me to need two nights in a row of in bed before 9pm to recover – getting old! Lots to do, places to be, and conversations to be had. Overall things went really...
Pak n Go

Pak n Go

Camps take a lot of planning and organisation to be well run and for students to gain as much as they can from their experiences. Together with schools we make sure students get transported, accommodated and fed (along with a whole heap of other things). We’re...
#ThankATeacher

#ThankATeacher

At POET, maximising teacher facilitation of our outdoor education programmes is a fundamental principle. Teachers know their students best. They know the culture of the school learning environment and know how their students might respond to the real experiences with...
Highs & Lows

Highs & Lows

One of the activities supported on POET camps are high and low ropes.  So why do we use high ropes in programs? Our programs use adventurous activities to create a progression of challenges that ask students to both push themselves personally and work together as a...
Camp Wrap Up #1

Camp Wrap Up #1

So what happened to February being the hottest, driest month?!   It is about the mid-point in term one, and time is flying by.   We have had camps out in Raglan, Mangakino, Karapiro, Karangahake, Pauanui, Ohope and everywhere in between. Lots of events were planned...

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