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Leadership Camp at Stradbroke Island

 
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​During Term 3, Year 11 students who were applied for a leadership position at QACI were invited to attend a leadership camp at Stradbroke Island. Students attend camp and various activities are undertaken to assist students with the development of their leadership capabilities.

Rachel Yee, Year 11 attended the Leadership Camp and here is her reflection.

As part of the selection process, students who applied for a position of Student Director for 2020 were invited to attended the QACI leadership camp at Stradbroke Island. 

It was the best experience and we all learned many different things about what it means to be a leader. Three days at Stradbroke Island went by so fast. Whilst on camp we all got to know a little bit more about each other after cooperating in team building activities and just hanging out in our spare time.

There were preparations that had to be done before the camp such as, each camp group coming up with different leadership activities and researching a given topic to share knowledge with everyone else. All the activities were so creative and a lot of fun. The discussions led by Mr Bryce after each activity were so meaningful as it opened up many different perspectives about leadership. Throughout the camp, we got to walk around as one large group and enjoy the priceless view on the island while getting some ice-cream! Prior to the walk we swam at the beach and played in the sand. We also went 'stargazing' on the beach the night before. It was a great experience.

One of my highlights in the camp was when in our spare time everyone chose to hang out in the common area after dinner and participated in a ping pong competition (including the teachers). Seeing everyone supporting and cheering for each other was so wholesome and a great end to each night. The camp overall was so much fun that it felt surreal going back to school on the last day of the trip.

...article written by Rachel Yee, Year 11

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Last reviewed 14 October 2019
Last updated 14 October 2019