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P5 Adventure Camp (Young Explorer Outdoor Education)
Our P5 students went for a 3 days 2 nights camp from 5 March to 7 March at Camp Challenge (Sentosa) as part of their Temasek Young Explorer Outdoor Education curriculum.
It was the first outdoor adventure camp for many students and many of them looked forward to the experience. It was indeed a memorable experience as they were exposed to various challenges such as Orienteering around Sentosa Island with a map, compass and pace counter. The students and teachers were tired after trekking for 2 to 3 hours but the feeling of accomplishment made it all worthwhile.
The students also engaged in outdoor cooking and had a taste of honey popcorn and toast bread. To round off the camp experience, they had team bonding games by the beach, low element and mega catapult challenge.
Last but not least, the highlight of the camp had to be the campfire where students and camp coaches put up performances to delight our audience which included all our School Leaders and many of our Middle Managers. It was certainly a memorable and enriching camp for our students. Many of them expressed their hope to stay another day at the campsite. - Mr Marcus Lau