A team based Orienteering challenge for Primary School Aged Children
This is a 4 week orienteering relay.
TWO GIRLS and TWO BOYS make up a team.
This orienteering challenge is for students in Years 3 to 6.
However, if younger students have experience in orienteering they may enter.
It is held over four Thursday mornings before school 7.45am to 8.45am - to get those bodies and brains going!
Dates and Locations for Spring SC-ORE 2019 (Inner North Side of Canberra) are:
24 October - St Thomas More Primary School
31 October - Ainslie Primary School
7 November - Turner Primary School
14 November - St Joseph Primary School
$28 for the 4 week series (+3% Register Now Booking Fee).
This includes pre-event instructional advice, full colour maps, provision of individual timing devices, full electronic course verification systems, online results and free entry to 2 public events upon completion of the SC-ORE school orienteering series.
Parents/guardians are asked to help out in some way to make this a success.
Naming of Teams
Please follow the following convention for school team names.:
School name A, School name B, School name C, School name D, School name E, School name F, etc
EG Campbell A, Campbell B and so on.
PLEASE DO NOT USE NUMBERS or team names. Just simply use school name and a letter of the alphabet. This makes it easier for our computer entry set up.
So you haven't yet got a full team. Don't panic!
If incomplete teams register, participants may still compete BUT may be considered "unofficial" for the purpose of the competition. The organiser will endeavor to make up complete teams even if these are mixed school teams.
By entering this event you are accepting that you have read and understood the General Warning Waiver that will appear on the next page. Photos for publicity will be taken. This may include aerial photography. Some photos taken during the SC-ORE events will be used for promotional purposes, others may be available for sale online.
For more detail / info or formal rules please visit the SC-ORE page on the OACT website