Annual Adventure Camp for Pre-Primary classes

"You must go on adventures to find out where you truly belong."  Sue Fitzmaurice

An academic session is not complete without co-curricular fun activities. With this in mind, The Indian School-Second Shift held the annual adventure camp for the Pre school and Pre primary students on the School playground on 16 March 2024 from 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. 

Experienced instructors were present to ensure student safety during the camp. The primary objective of the adventure camp was to provide students with an opportunity to learn new skills, overcome fear and develop teamwork and leadership qualities. Various activities such as rock climbing, rappelling, zip-lining, Burma Bridge, ladder walk, parallel rope walking, tyre wall, trampoline, balance beam, and river crossing were conducted during the camp. The rock climbing and rappelling activities were conducted on a rock wall. 

Before attempting the exercise, the students were oriented by the instructors and provided with safety equipment. Similarly, during the zip-lining activity, students were harnessed to a cable and propelled down a slope. Zip-lining was one of the most exciting activities that took place during the camp. 

The Burma Bridge activity involved crossing a suspension bridge while balancing on a rope or cable, and river crossing involved crossing a body of water using a rope or cable. Additionally, the children engaged in thrilling activities such as zorbing, hippie ball, and Commando Crawl, adding to the excitement and adventure of the day. 

The adventure camp was a great success, with the students thoroughly enjoying all the activities. The experience helped them overcome their fears, develop teamwork and leadership qualities and create memories that will last a lifetime. The camp concluded with unforgettable moments and a sense of accomplishment among the students.