Broaden your alpine horizons

WorldStrides Snow Education programs are conducted in a unique, safe and secure alpine environment that provide a new stimulus for learning. Students experience an exciting level of involvement and understanding as they develop the skills to move around the alpine terrain. Developed in collaboration with H&PE educators to deliver many of the learning outcomes of the...
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WorldStrides Snow Education programs are conducted in a unique, safe and secure alpine environment that provide a new stimulus for learning. Students experience an exciting level of involvement and understanding as they develop the skills to move around the alpine terrain.

Developed in collaboration with H&PE educators to deliver many of the learning outcomes of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, including:

  • The 2 strands of movement and physical activity, and personal, social and community health
  • The sub strands:
    • Moving your body
    • Understanding movement
    • Learning through movement
    • Being healthy, safe and active,
    • Communicating and interacting for health and wellbeing

As well as important General Capabilities – personal and social responsibility, and critical and creative thinking.

Our snowsports experts currently facilitate Snow Education programs for more than 150 schools around Australia and have access to the best snowsports locations worldwide. A few of our teacher’s favourites are Australia’s largest alpine resort Perisher and the pristine and diverse mountains of New Zealand’s south island.

Getting there:

Perisher from $949 for 6 days per person

Queenstown from $1,245 for 7 days per person

Christchurch from $1,304 for 7 days per person

Prices are land only and not inclusive of travel arrangements. Prices are subject to group numbers, departure locations, availability and travel arrangements.

Interested in learning more? Contact us today and one of our snow experts will be in touch.

 

Image courtesy of Mt Buller.

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