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Students enjoy Burrendong

Local students have developed their teamwork and communication skills after attending the 2016 Lake Burrendong excursion.
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Forbes Shire Council and Evolution Mining, partnering with local schools, provided 109 students with a subsidised three-day trip to the NSW Sport and Recreation Camp.

Year 5 students from Forbes North Public School, Forbes Public School, St Laurence’s Primary School and Bedgerabong Public School attended the camp last week.

The camp provides the students with challenging logical and physical activities that not only promote healthy living, but increase and develop teamwork, communication skills, negotiation and responsibility.

Forbes Shire Council’s Youth Development Assistant Clarissa Stewart said the camp was a great opportunity for the students to experience the outdoors.

“They are able to step out of their comfort zones, learn, challenge, grow and develop,” she said.

Mayor Phyllis Miller OAM said the partnership between Council and Evolution Mining has given students the opportunity to build relationships with students from other schools before transitioning into high school.

“Lake Burrendong is a very unique location and it really is a great experience that helps build confidence,” Mayor Miller said.

“Council is pleased to be able to support this trip and we also appreciate the support from Evolution Mining.”

Planning is already underway for next year’s event with dates set for June 21 to 23.

Students enjoy Burrendong Harry Rogers on the Tarzan ropes.

Jaimes Thornton and Ryan Withers in paint balloon combat.

Clinton Gray grass-skiing.

Ruby Dwyer, Ned McRae, Campbell Ryan, Jade Robinson and Dylan Saville on the archery course.

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