Experiential Learning

In 2020, COVID-19 restrictions have impacted the range of programs we can offer, particularly interstate and overseas. Despite these challenges, we have already safely and successfully run meaningful programs in the local Adelaide area, Adelaide Hills, the Coorong and Lower Lakes and the Riverland. Pulteney is delighted to present conservation, adventure, culture and service-learning programs for the rest of the year, within South Australia, whilst aiming for an adventure program to New Zealand, later in the year.

Please find the details in the Experiential Learning Co-curricular booklet here for the programs in Semester 2, offered in a range of locations within South Australia through the Venture Club and Conservation Corps. Each program is unique to Pulteney and specifically designed for student interest and ability levels. Experiential Learning programs are run in partnership with external organisations that specialise in the field, to ensure outcomes are met at the highest level and risk mitigation is comprehensive. These opportunities will be presented to students in the lead up to each program, and they can express their interest in specific programs directly to the program organiser, or via the link here.

For more information, please see the contact details in the Experiential Learning Co-curricular booklet.

Daniel Polkinghorne

Experiential Learning Coordinator