Programs

Grade 1

St. George's students begin their outdoor education program early. The Grade 1 program is a gentle introduction to the outdoor setting. The focus of this half-day trip to Spanish Banks is on environmental awareness and an introduction to outdoor skills.

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Grade 2

In Grade 2, St. George's students head to Capilano Regional Park in North Vancouver for a full day of outdoor activities. In the park, students rotate through activity stations including a nature/historical hike, outdoor games and a scavenger hunt learning about the water cycle.

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Grade 3

In Grade 3, students will spend the day at Stanley Park observing and learning about land forms and erosion.

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Grade 4

In Grade 4, students participate in their first overnight camp during April. This camp focuses on independence, connection to nature and connecting as a Grade 4 community.

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Grade 5

This three-day residential program focuses on human use of natural resources. Students travel by bus to Zajac Ranch on Stave Lake. Students will participate in a team building program, winter survival activities and take part in a variety of outdoor challenges.

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Grade 6

In late October, students travel to Evans Lake Camp. Here they take part in a variety of camp activities, including canoeing, kayaking, high ropes, low ropes, rock climbing, and team challenges. The Grade 6 outdoor education program includes two events over the course of the year. In January, students participate in a day of snowshoeing with their class on Mount Seymour. Students learn about winter travel, build snow forts and cook lunch outdoors. 

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Grade 7

The Grade 7 outdoor education program includes two events over the course of the year. In September, students travel to Camp Stillwood, near Chilliwack. Here they take part in a variety of camp activities, including high ropes, low ropes, rock climbing, archery, short hikes and team challenges. In March, students participate in a day of cross-country skiing with their class on Cypress Mountain Nordic Ski Area. This will provide an opportunity for students to learn a new winter sport and enjoy the local environment.


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St. George’s School acknowledges that we are situated on the unceded traditional territory of the Musqueam First Nation.
 
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St. George’s School
Junior Campus: 3851 West 29th Avenue, Vancouver, BC Canada V6S 1T6
Senior Campus: 4175 West 29th Avenue, Vancouver, BC Canada V6S 1V1
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