Adventure Learning Program

Adventure Learning

The Advernture Learning Program commenced in 2012 with students visiting Nepal, Blue Sky School.
The program aims to create an outreach experience in a foreign community where students have:

  • An opportunity to make a difference.
  • An opportunity to share cultures.
  • An opportunity for our students to be challenged.
  • An opportunity to learn about our world.
  • An opportunity to make connections.

Students go through a process of applying for the program and being interviewed and are then selected. Once the group is selected they fundraise for a community project and their own costs to travel to the destination.

Pulteney aims to run Adventure Learning trips for students from Year 10 to 12 for up to 8 projects annually. The galleries on these pages explains more about the projects that have been run to date.

Zambia Trip 2013

Golf Day 2016 On June 22nd, fifteen Pulteney students, three teachers and two Education Officers from ZoosSA headed off on the adventure of a lifetime. Members of the School’s Conservation Corps, the students were participants in the inaugural A-Z International Conservation Exchange in Mfuwe, Zambia. 

Our Zambian friends visit Adelaide 2014

Year 11 Student Tessa Manning recounts the visit