On March 16th, the Year 10 Peer Support class visited the Year 7 Camp at Phillip Island. We were assigned to participate in a variety of activities with the Year 7’s as soon as we arrived at the camp site. The Year 7’s were having a great time participating in various activities such as the giant swing, bike riding, low ropes course and so on. In the low ropes course activity, there was a competition between Year 7 and Year 10. The Year 10’s went to the town for lunch in the afternoon. Following that, the Peer Support leaders went down to the beach and began organising the things needed for the fun games with the Year 7’s. We, the Peer Support leaders, did a range of activity rotations with the Year 7 students, such as beach volleyball, an ironman challenge, limbo, rob the nest, etc. It was lovely to see how much fun the students had playing the exciting activities we had organised for them and it appeared that they enjoyed playing ‘Rob the Nest’ the most! The students enjoyed the relaxed environment and we were able to connect with the Year 7’s even more than usual. It was an enjoyable day filled with team-building games that pushed us and the Year 7’s to interact, work collaboratively and encourage one another.