Year 10 Students’ Potential Development Camp of Academic Year 2019
On May 31st – June 1st, 2019, the Secondary department organized a potential development camp for Year 10 students. The objectives of the camp were
· to get all the students ready for university education,
· to foster loyalty to the nation and the school, and
· to build morality and inspiration toward their dream career.
The theme of this year was “Togetherness of Eaglets 23” which refers to the togetherness and unity expected of the current Eaglets Batch. Details of the camp are as elaborated below.
Friday May 31st, 2019
The activity started with a “Batch 23 Group Activity” to break the ice and make everyone get to know new friends. It was also to emphasize the moral principles that everyone needs to live peacefully together in society.
This activity was followed by “Togetherness of Eaglets 23”, which contained seven activity bases. Each base was designed to strengthen unity, cooperation, and formation of new friendships.
After this there was a Magical Classroom activity and Farewell to St. John Bosco. Teachers in Years 7 to 9 lined up to bid farewell to all the students. Then, the students walked to St. John Baptist, their new home building, and there attended a “foot washing” ritual. Teachers in Years 10 to 12 were waiting for them.
Saturday June 1st, 2019
The students kicked off their Saturday morning with discipline practice and marching. After this, students attended a CSR activity – painting cloth bags for donation to the “Hospital Building Project” and to patients in different government hospitals. Finally, students went up to the auditorium on the 4th floor of Building 6 to attend a parent meeting together with their parents.