As part of our EOTC programme all Year 8 students at Belmont Intermediate School attend camp at Waipu Cove early in the year. Please find below downloads pertaining to camp. If you have any questions or queries regarding any of the camp activities or organisation, please contact Andrew Milne at firstname.lastname@example.org
Team Motuihe (Rooms 11-15) Camp 1: 4-8 March
Team Rangitoto (Rooms 16-20) Camp 2: 11-15 March
Parent information night - Date TBA
The parent information night will be held in our school hall. We will provide important camp information on the night and encourage you to attend. It will also be an opportunity for you to ask any questions that you may have. A representative from our camp providers, Bigfoot Adventures, will also be present to answer any questions.
One of the key factors to the success of our camps is parent help. The camp is a fun, educational and rewarding week for students, parents and teachers. Camping in New Zealand’s great outdoors provides a unique experience that few other activities can rival. We require at least 40 helpers across the two camps. If you are able to come on camp, please complete the online helpers form by 15 February 2019 and we will get in touch with you.
Camp gear/equipment list
All students will need to bring items as listed on the gear/equipment list which is available here.
Camp medical and personal information form - due 15 February 2019
Please complete a medical and personal information form for your child as soon as possible. The information requested is vital and a form must be completed for each child attending the camp by Friday, 15 February 2019. The form can be accessed here: Camp medical and personal information form.
Camp payment - due 15 February 2019
Thank you to those parents who have already paid for camp. For those who have not paid, we would appreciate your payment as soon as possible, please note that the full payment of $480 is due by Friday, 15 February 2019. Please pay via the school’s Online Shop.
Summary camp programme
A summary of the camp programme is outlined here.
All parents and caregivers attending camp as a helper are required to be police vetted. If you are planning to attend camp please see the instructions below on police vetting:
Please read the following instructions before completing the form.
If you have any queries regarding police vetting, please contact Janie Stone.