The Frontier Club
The Nairana Frontier Club is an initiative of parents that provides a formative environment for their boys which echoes the positive atmosphere and values of their own family homes. At Nairana, we work with parents and the boys themselves in three areas:
– Human virtues – helping boys to take study seriously; to want to do things well out of a sense of mission to serve and help others; to learn to use their freedom (use of time, maturity, etc), to be honest, sincere and upfront; to be cheerful and resilient and many more.
– In their relationship with others – by being a good friend, a son, a brother, etc.
– In their relationship with God – Progressively teaching them to pray and have a personal relationship with God and to learn to value and love confession and spiritual direction.
The Nairana Frontier Club includes all boys from Year 7 and 8. Boys in the Frontier Club attend Nairana once a week on a weekday. On this day they do one hour of study, attend a talk or a meditation and play sports. Every month there is an Saturday activity for the boys, where they will go out and do a bushwalk, go rock-climbing, etc. Every single holidays there is also a camp for the boys. For more information on these camps please see the other pages of the website.
If you have questions regarding the Frontier Club you can contact Theodore Wong (firstname.lastname@example.org) or James Carroll (email@example.com)
Here is a list of camps we hold for boys in the Frontier Club. Click on the pictures to find out more…