We are planning a trip to Alpine Ice as part of our learning about our school values and our topic focus of ‘Identity’ this term. Part of our inquiry is focussing on our values of ‘We Get There Together’ and ‘We Love Challenge’. This activity is an ideal opportunity for the students to be in a highly engaging and challenging environment with an individual goal to work towards. They will need to rely on each other to achieve their goals together.
We plan to visit on Monday 10th April, leaving Champion Street at 11:20a.m. and will be returning directly to Beckenham School at 3:00p.m.
Each child will need their jersey, jacket, gloves, warm hat, morning tea, cut lunch, drink bottle and any special items they may require, e.g., inhaler. Please note that there will be no lunch orders available on this day.
The cost of this trip will be no more than $15 per child and a request for this donation will be added to your school account.
We will need 13 parent helpers to make this trip possible. If you are able to help us, please email your child’s teacher before Monday 3rd April 2017. Please indicate if you have sufficient ice skating experience to be able to help children on the ice or not. Lack of experience won’t rule you out, however we would like to take some parents who are able to assist children on the ice.