Year 6 Graduation Activities
Every year there has been a buzz about the Year 6s completing their Checkpoint exams and graduating from Primary to Secondary. In order to celebrate, a trip is organised which included activities such as team building, golf, paddle boats, cycling, fishing and so much more.
Year 6 Graduation Trip for the 2017-2018 Academic School Year
Year 6 embarked on their first-ever residential visit, staying overnight at the lush Adventure Mountain Club in Phang Nga to celebrate their Primary school graduation. There was lots of fun and enjoyment had by all. The range of activities included: swimming, table tennis, pool, team games and artistic performances; but the highlight of the two days was zip-lining! Everybody had a go on at least one of the five zip-lines which passed over the swimming pool and ravine many feet below. All in all, this was a great way for the children to mark the ending of their primary schooling.
What the children say:
“I liked the singing!” Theo (6B)
“The zip line was fun!” Emily (6B)
“The best field-trip I’ve been on in my time at HeadStart” Lucky (6Y)
“It was fun to share rooms with others to get to know them better” Dylan (6Y)
Year 6 Graduation Trip for the 2016-2017 Academic School Year
From the 19-20 June, 2017, the Year 6s had an excellent end to the year on the residential trip to Borsaen Villas. Surrounded by stunning nature, they took part in a number of team building activities before relaxing in their own private pool villas. The next day, they were able to participate in activities of their choice such as cycling, fishing and peddle boating. Not a single person felt too homesick as there was so much to do and enjoy! By Ms Jessica Armstrong
Year 6 Graduation Trip for the 2015-2016 Academic School Year
On the 27-28th of June, 2016, students in Year 6 participated in the graduation trip to Borsaen Villas for some good adventure. They engaged in team building, paddle boating, cycling, playing golf and swimming. They also took a walk to the nearby water fall. It was a great way to celebrate their success in Primary and get ready to move to Secondary in the following academic school year. By Mr Daniel Redley