School Holiday Camps

In 2021, St Andrew's School launched its inaugural School Holiday Camp program, where children from Years 3-6 had the opportunity to immerse themselves in a variety of themed experiences throughout the school holidays.

Space Camp

Commanders Boden and Hannigan led the charge, creating a jam-packed week of space-themed activities for our budding astronauts, including scuba diving (simulating walking in zero gravity), building moon rovers and rockets, a visit to the Space Discovery Centre, and serving up astronaut food. The children not only had a fantastic time but learnt so much about the intriguing world of outer space.

Here are some fun facts the children learnt throughout the week:

"That often astronauts train in scuba diving pools for hours."
- Christiana
"That space is only 100km up, and that’s less than what people commute to work each day."
- Rose
"Astronauts eat dehydrated food."
- Sean

Camp Creative

Students were encouraged to join the St Andrew’s Atelier and get their creative juices flowing during Camp Creative.

Led by the School’s very own artists and art teachers, they were joined by guest artist Wendy Dixon-Whiley. Our ‘artists in residence’ designed a creative kids’ dream which explored a smorgasbord of artistic styles, including: an introduction to street art, designing (and taking home) a skate deck, a guided tour of the Art Gallery of South Australia, painting a portrait on canvas and a visit to the Walkerville Art Show.

Here are some of the highlights of their experience:

"Making skateboards because I learnt lots of technique from Wendy."
- Ophelia
"Going to the Art Gallery because looking at fascinating art is very special to me because I usually look at my own art."
- Luke
"Doing the portraits because I thought I was bad at it, but I learnt things that made me better at it."
- Avni