Outdoor education is a vital part of MBBC’s curriculum, with boys from Prep through to the senior years enjoying the added dimension it gives to learning. The outdoor component builds on skills and resilience in a sequential manner, developing both physical skills as well as personal attributes such as confidence, independence, teamwork, resilience and resourcefulness.
In addition to being lots of fun, the programs are designed to be challenging, insightful and memorable – long after the boys have completed their studies at MBBC.
The opportunities for middle and senior boys, in particular, to extend themselves is tremendous and is supported by teachers who are passionate about expanding students’ learning framework.
|Week 3||13-15 FebruaryWed-Fri||Year 5||Moreton Island|
|Week 3||13-15 FebruaryWed-Fri||Year 6||Emu Gully|
|Week 4||18-22 FebruaryMon-Fri||Year 7||Woodford|
|Week 4||18-22 FebruaryMon-Fri||Year 8||Meebunn-bia|
|Week 4||22-24 FebruaryFri-Sun*||Year 10||Binna Burra|
|Week 5||1-3 MarchFri-Sun*||Year 10||Binna Burra|
* may be combined into one weekend depending on camping availability and transport
|Week 2||22-24 AprilMon-Wed||Year 4||Mapleton|
|Week 7||31 May-1 JuneFri-Sat||Year 2||MBBC|
|Week 1||17-19 JulyWed-Fri||Year 11||Emu Gully|
|Week 1||16-21 JulyTues-Sun||Year 9||Ballon|
|Week 2||20-28 JulySat-Sun|
|Week 3||27 July -2 AugSat-Fri|
|Week 3||29 July-2 AugMon-Fri||Year 10||Woodford|
|Week 6||22-23 AugustThurs-Fri||Year 3||Kindilan|
|Week 1||12-13 OctoberSat-Sun||Prep and Year 1||Thunderbird ParkMt Tambourine|