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Secondary 3 Camp
In the second week of school, 164 students of our secondary three cohort attended a 3D2N camp held at MOE Dairy Farm Adventure Centre. For some of them, it was the first outdoor camp that they have experienced. The objective of the camp was to enable the classes to foster stronger ties and interpersonal relationships among themselves and also with their form teachers.
They partook in activities such as the high obstacle challenge course, orienteering and outdoor cooking. With three good days of sunny weather, the students had little difficulty completing all the activities arranged for them.
The camp ended on a high note at the camp fire on the second night. Gracing the occasion was our Principal Mr Boo, both our Vice Principals Mr Koh and Ms Tan and many other teachers. Through this camp, we hope the emerging upper secondary students have learnt to be more resilient and have gone home with stronger class bonding. Most importantly, they would have taken back memorable learning points that would serve them well in their final lap in the school. Labor Omnia Vincit!