Year level camps operate for Years 7, 8 and 10 students and have strong team-building and outdoor education themes. These camps aim to extend students outside their comfort zone by placing them in environments different from their everyday life. Each camp is sequential so that students have the opportunity to build on the skills they learned in previous camps. The Year 7 camp focuses on new friendships and feeling connected. The 8 camp focuses on developing self-awareness and confidence. Fathers or significant male mentors of our Year 8 students are invited and encouraged to attend the final night of this camp. The College outdoor education programme culminates in a challenging Outward Bound experience for our Year 10 students. This is aimed at promoting teamwork, initiative and resilience. In addition, students from years 9 to 12 can also participate in the Duke of Edinburgh Award, a voluntary leadership-in-action program which offers opportunities for recognition via involvement in service, skill, physical recreation and expedition activities.