NCEA Level 2 Outdoor Education
Teacher in Charge: Mr K. Sainsbury
The outdoor education programme caters for students with a genuine interest in the outdoors. The programme will introduce students to leadership, as well as outdoor recreational activities. A range of sporting activities and outdoor pursuits will include rock climbing, kayaking, mountain biking tramping and team sports.
Students will complete a variety of the standards listed, dependent on their placement into an outdoor education programme. Students are expected to go on all field trips throughout the year which are designed to incorporate relevant unit standards. This will involve day and overnight trips.
This is not an approved UE subject.
A student will be withdrawn from a standard if the teacher is not confident that the achievement of the standard is within the reach of the student or there is no evidence of the student attempting the assessment.
Sea Kayaking US 489 Including a Field Trip to the Maori Carvings as an assessment day. This assessment will take place on a day during a Weekend which suits the student. Term one, Week 6 or 7
Navigation and weather analysis units. With a field trip to the Tongariro national park tramping and navigating. All while interpreting the weather leading up and during the field trip.
Assessment dates will be late May early June
Rock climbing, mountain biking and Skiing/snowboarding units. Utilizing local attractions and Mt Ruapehu
Assessment dates will be late August for skiing and early September for mountain biking
Catch up's and finishing book work. No field trips in Term four.
Recommended Prior Learning
Successful applicants will be expected to be physically fit and willing and able to participate in a number of different activities.
Successfully completed Year 11 Sport and Outdoor Education or Year 11 Physical Education, or at the discretion of the Head of Faculty.
Contributions and Equipment/Stationery
Outdoor education charges will be supported by STAR funding but costs of approximately $340 for rock climbing, kayaking, tramping, mountain biking and skiing/snowboarding.
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Credits listed may change.