This week is a bitter sweet week as it is the final week for this group. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the restrictions that have occurred from DET we have had to cancel our camp and cut the program short. it is a big loss to everyone involved on the program but we intend to make the most of it. Wednesday was a day to reflect. We got the crew together and all shared in remembering some key parts of the program. We looked at our favourite activity, most challenging activity
Wednesday had a change in the program as Brendon had injured his back. Instead of going caving we went to the gym and caught up on our goals and journal work. At the gym we met with Andrew and got straight into the session. We did cardio and had 'free for all' time where we could select machines or muscle groups to work on. As a group we worked our legs, arms, core and everything in between. After working up some hunger we drove to darling gardens and had lunch outside in the
Wednesday we picked everyone up and drove straight to Richmond gym to meet with Andrew and work up a sweat. We did cardio, weights, abs, legs and stretching. As always Andrew pushed us during the session and everyone participated to their full amount. After this we went to Bunnings and met with David and Sam to have a tour and to have a play on some of the tools. This tour is a great opportunity for the young people to start thinking about pathways and part time job possibil
Wednesday was a busy day on the program as we picked everyone up and got stuck into our bike training session. During this session we cover the A B C D D E of bike safety and went over bike training techniques that the students can use to teach other students. We also had Nat learning (and accomplishing) how to ride a bike which was great to see! Once we were full of bike knowledge we drove to Collingwood Children's Farm to meet Toni and get stuck into volunteering our time.