My Parent Visit Weekend Experience Print E-mail
Written by Victoria- Diamond Valley   

Victoria and her family Parent visit weekend or as we know it as PVW came and flew past faster than a shooting star moves across the nights sky. Our parents arrived early and the weekend was over before we knew it.



 For my weekend I spent the time in Lakes Entrance with my mum, dad, two brothers and my sister. I really enjoyed just relaxing with them on the beach and just being able to talk to them was great. I really enjoyed telling them about all the amazing experiences I have had at SRC so far like surfing, Expo 1, canoeing and so many other awesome things.
 We did heaps of stuff in Lakes Entrance. We went to minigolf, we drove to a few lookouts and we spent lots of time just hanging put and catching up. That was the best part.
 Before I knew it I was back at SRC with the other 43 students ready to take on the challenges of the second half of this once in a lifetime opportunity. I couldn’t wait to get back into it. What a weekend!
By Victoria. E.

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