Saturday Club Term 1 2018

The theme for the term is “Practical Life”. Each session has been designed to grow whole of life skills that will help our children navigate some of the more practical aspects of life from emotions to responding to an emergency.
(please note due to the March long weekend the sessions 3 and 4 do not have a weekend in between) 


Saturday 10th February, 24th February and 24th March (three sessions)
Anger / Anxiety/ Disappointment
How to Manage these emotions for 5-8 year olds.  Join Britta Jureckson in  this series of 3 sessions reviewing topics and strategies to recognise and manage these emotions.  Sessions suitable for 5-8 year olds. 15 students maximum.   Register for the sessions here

**These sessions are back by popular demand and are identical to T1 2017. New students will benefit from the tools provided and returning students get a chance for revision, reinforcement, and sharing. **

Saturday 24th February  only (one session)

Practical Life – First Aid  Learn a range of age appropriate First Aid skills delivered by St John Ambulance South Australia. This program is tailored to empower primary age children to recognize and take action in an emergency. Skills include danger assessment, dealing with the unconscious, bleeding, bites and other injuries.  Ages 7-12  Register here

Saturday 17th March only. (one session)

Resilience – Breaking the Cycle  for ages 5-10.   An activity based training session to help children to identify and respond to the issue of bullying in their life. The children will also be introduce to the THINK tool which assists them to break the cycle when they act or react to their peers.  Inclusive in this activity will be a short revision session in T2 to allow students to reflect on their experiences since this first session. The program will be delivered by Scouts SA.  Register here

Saturday 10th February only (one session)
Practical Life: Maps, Compasses and Getting from A to B   Ages 7-12 years

Which way is Up? What do the different lines on a map mean? What are co-ordinates? Why are there two Norths? How do you use a compass or the lay of the land to navigate? Come and join us for a practical look at how to exist without a GPS or iPhone to depend on. Delivered by the practical outdoor people of Scouts SA. 15 students maximum. Register here

Saturday 17th March and 24th March (two sessions)

Practical Life – Knots, Lashing and Building a Catapult.   Ages 6 to 12 years
Can you tie a knot that will not come undone when under load? How do you join dissimilar ropes? What are the techniques for making a raft that will not fall apart as your head down the river? Now you are ready to return and apply these skills to a team based activity making a catapult or other bush craft challenge.
15 students maximum.   Register here