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Every young person deserves the opportunity to be the best they can possibly be


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Every young person deserves the opportunity to be the best they can possibly be


EXERCISE DATES 2020

EX1SA20 Monday 4th May - Friday 15th May 2020

EX2SA20 Monday 18th May - Friday 29th May 2020

EX3SA20 Monday 22nd June - Friday 3rd July 2020

EX4SA20 Monday 3rd August - Friday 14th August 2020

EX5SA20 Monday 7th September - Friday 30th October 2020

Transforming Lives

 

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Get Involved


Get Involved


Get Involved

There are lots of ways you can be involved with Operation Flinders.
And not all of them involve getting your boots dirty!

 
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Donate & Support


Donate & Support


 

Support Us

Operation Flinders needs your financial support. Your donation can make a real difference in transforming the life of a young person at risk.

 
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About Us


About Us

The Operation Flinders Project was set up by Pamela Murray-White in 1991. Pam was a teacher and former army officer. Upon completion of her army service she returned to her teaching duties at the Beafield Campus dealing with students with behavioural problems. She realised then that there were some outdoor elements of army life and culture that could have some positive effect on some of the Beafield students.

About Us


About Us

The Operation Flinders Project was set up by Pamela Murray-White in 1991. Pam was a teacher and former army officer. Upon completion of her army service she returned to her teaching duties at the Beafield Campus dealing with students with behavioural problems. She realised then that there were some outdoor elements of army life and culture that could have some positive effect on some of the Beafield students.

 

About Us

The Operation Flinders Project was set up by Pamela Murray-White in 1991. Pam was a teacher and former army officer. Upon completion of her army service she returned to her teaching duties at the Beafield Campus dealing with students with behavioural problems. She realised then that there were some outdoor elements of army life and culture that could have some positive effect on some of the Beafield students.

 

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