Teams in Residence -Term 4B 2017

Schools teams in attendance at the ALPINE SCHOOL CAMPUS for our Term 4B Alpine School Program are from:

  • Mentone Girls Secondary College
  • Carrum Downs Secondary College
  • Nossal High School
  • Dromana Secondary College
  • Brentwood Secondary College
  • Bright P-12

The Term 4B 2017 SSL 5 WEEK program at the Alpine School Campus starts on Sunday November 12 2017 (Student Arrival at Alpine School) – Program Concludes December 16, 2017

Teams in Residence -Term 4 2017

Schools teams in attendance at the ALPINE SCHOOL CAMPUS for our Term 4, Victorian Young Leaders to China (VYLC) and Alpine School program are from:

  • Korumburra Secondary College
  • Kyneton Secondary College
  • Orbost Secondary College
  • Timboon P-12 College
  • Kurnai College
  • Kurnai College, Morwell Campus
  • Gisborne Secondary College
  • Bendigo South-East Secondary College
  • Traralgon College

The Term 4 2017 SSL 9 Week program at the Alpine School Campus starts on Sunday October 15 2017 (Student Arrival at Alpine School) – Departing for China November 4, Program Concludes December 16, 2017

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Nicholas Woodward
Nicholas Woodward

As a child growing up in Papua New Guinea I was fortunate to have had many experiences which has helped me to develop an interest in the outdoors and in the environment. Many years later, after having followed life’s many twists and turns, I have found myself fortunate enough to be able to contribute to the learning community at the School of Student Leadership, here at the Alpine Campus.

In my early 20’s I developed a broad range of skills in industries ranging from outdoor education to viticulture, whilst regularly competing in marathon kayaking. In 2008, having completed a degree in Environmental Science and a Graduate Diploma in Education, I started teaching Science and Biology to secondary students in the outer Eastern suburbs of Melbourne. A few years later I added years 9 and 10 Outdoor Education to my repertoire. I received the opportunity to teach VCE Outdoor Education when my family and I moved to Warrnambool.

My wife Karen and I have two young children, Jack and Grace, who are both very active and keep us very busy. We have just moved to Bright, and are really looking forward to exploring the Alpine environment as a family.

My interests include, amongst many other things, surfing, snorkelling, kayaking, bushwalking and gardening.

I feel privileged to have been provided the opportunity to contribute to the School for Student Leadership. I look forward to guiding my year nine students through such a crucial stage of their lives, as they journey towards adulthood.