School Trips

School Trips


Our school trips serve as invaluable extensions of our students’ educational experiences, broadening their horizons and instilling a deeper understanding of the world. These excursions provide unique opportunities for Eltham College students to cultivate an array of skills, nurturing their awareness, confidence, and initiative in a hands-on, informal setting outside the school.

At Eltham College, our range of trips is diverse as we cater to various aspects of our students’ development. While some trips are meticulously aligned with our student’s academic or co-curricular curriculum, others are strategically designed to foster cultural appreciation, enhance communication abilities, or refine physical skills. Additionally, these excursions and trips aim to cultivate traits like self-reliance, leadership potential, and effective teamwork among our students and school community.

We truly believe that these experiential learning opportunities play a pivotal role in the holistic development of each one of our students, supplementing traditional classroom education with real-world experiences. By engaging in such trips and excursion, our students not only have the opportunity to deepen their subject knowledge but also refine their interpersonal skills and broaden their perspectives, preparing them to navigate an ever-evolving global landscape with confidence and adaptability.


School News

The latest leg of the Hans Woyda Mathematics Competition concluded on Wednesday with an impressive showcase of mathematical skills at St Dunstan’s College.
Last evening marked a significant milestone for the Eltham College Hans Woyda Team as they took the stage for their eagerly anticipated second league match of the academic year.
For our first ‘Meet The Teacher’ interview this academic year, we are diving into the world of mathematics to introduce André Astbury-Palmer, our new Maths Teacher at Eltham College.
Our Head of Junior School at Eltham College, Vikki Meier, shares her insights on the important decision of choosing the right school for your child.
On Sunday, our Chess team travelled to Eton to participate in the National Schools Rapid Play competition.