Outdoor Learning Program

Discovering Adventure

Unique and immersive, Outdoor Learning Programs at All Saints' College allow students develop self-confidence, self-awareness and a sense of purpose and personal achievement.

Outdoor Learning at All Saints’ College is a sequenced program which is multi-layered, encompassing and engaging students in both Junior and Senior Schools. The Outdoor Learning Program is a purposeful and planned experience, facilitating learning through the natural world. Students’ experiences can encompass physical, cognitive, emotional, social, and spiritual development.

The program is coordinated by Outdoor Learning teachers and supported by all College teaching staff. All Saints’ College students are exposed to a range of natural environments and outdoor learning spaces in accordance with their phases of learning.

Students are encouraged to extend themselves and to build values about interpersonal relationships, the sustainable use of the environment, their relationship with and responsibilities towards their community and the wider world in which they live, and making a positive difference.

Students from Kindergarten to Year 12 experience an Outdoor Learning Program that takes them from our very own Bush School on campus to the vast corners of Western Australia. 

During their Senior years, students are able to take agency in their Outdoor Learning Program and have the opportunity to select various Programs and activities that best suit their interests or will challenge them further.