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Our meaning a group of year 11 students blogging about their trip to Broome and Beagle Bay for one of the community outreach programs at our school.

Please read, enjoy and follow us throughout our amazing journey!

Sports carnival today, we all had such a good time :)

First day

Today bevan and I worked with the kindy, preprimaries and prekindy students (ages 3-6). They are all so energetic and hilarious and it was an absolute blast to to play with them for 2 hours but then when we actually had to try do some work it was a little harder to keep them paying attention and stay still for more than a second. I loved getting to know these kids and hearing about there lives and cultures I just wished I had gone to the liturgy but we had to occupy the little rascals who loved mischief! The first day was a ball and I can’t wait for the rest of this wonderful experience

From Robbie and Bevan

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Hey guys I’m Robbie, I’m another one of the lucky year 11 students from prendiville that gets to go on this amazing experience to Beagle Bay, I love the beach and surfing and anything outdoors, I like meeting new people and hearing their stories.
- WHY YOU HAVE CHOSEN TO COME TO BEAGLE BAY?
I decided to go on the beagle bay trip because it would be an amazing experience, where I would be able to meet heaps of new people and form bonds with people that i wouldn’t regularly spend time with.
- WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING FORWARD TO THE MOST?
I most looking forward to getting out of the city into the country, also I’m looking forward to the experience itself, I can’t wait to work with the kids up at the school because I work with kids as a surf coach and I know how much fun they can be.
- WHAT DO YOU THINK WILL BE THE BIGGEST CHALLENGE OF THE TRIP?
Putting up with Adam Bevan will defiantly be a struggle but I think I can overcome the challenge, but seriously I hope their are no challenges and it’s an easy going experience where everyone gets along and has an amazing trip!!

The Secondary School!

Our last night in Broome,what a way to end the trip… A beautiful sunset on cable beach!

Pre primary’s :)

The Prendiville students had a fantastic opportunity to work with the teachers and the students at Sacred Heart Catholic School in Beagle Bay. Music by local artist Kevin Birch.

Paddy (Mr Devlin) decided to take the camera out today and capture the activity at Beagle Bay. He assured us all he had a good grasp of the on/off function of the camera and that he had some good footage upon his return. Well what can we say except “we were all very impressed with his skills”. Well done Paddy!!!

The Prendiville crew hit the road and ventured to the top of the Dampier Peninsular to visit the community of One Arm Point. An amazing exchange of energy and creativity took place between the Prendiville students and the local community which resulted in some very special art work.