Hurray for some dry weather! A much warmer and drier day has allowed all three activities to be enjoyed by all.
Snorkeling was really positive for 7A who saw some beautiful views and marine life. 7B managed their kayaking with increasing success as they got to grips with their boats and paddles. 7C are exhausted – tackling well over 3000 steps in a steep climb they also went exploring caves in the rainforest.
Students in the pool were not to be deterred by a heavy downpour and continued to create whirl pools and play.
Dinner was followed by our own Loy Kratong celebrations in which students were asked to be creative with a range of materials ‘bought’ with their monopoly money from the supply shop. An amazing array and showing off the Year 7 creativity and ingenuity.
Fingers crossed for sunshine on Thursday!
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