Anthea did her camp while she was in Primary 5. However due to the P5 heavy curriculum and many other awaiting activities, the school decided to change the Adventure Camp to take place during Primary 4.
Anders batch was the first batch to sample the 3D2N adventure camp. Based in the same camp based as Anthea, we were more or less mentally prepared for the camp.
So packing was done quite last minute. Packing boy’s stuff seem much easier compared to girl.
24th March – Day 1: Setting off for the camp. I can sense that he was a little nervous and kept telling him that we would be seeing him soon, at the camp fire. He even told me that he Love me and will miss me for the next 2 days.
I had no worries for him as he had been pretty street smart all these while and I knew he had the capabilities to look after himself.
We were also getting “LIVE FEEDS” from the teacher-in-charge and seeing all the great photos, we knew they were in good hands and having good time.
The home was very quiet without him.
25th March – Day 2: Campfire night. Adrian,
Anthea and I went for the campfire; we knew our presence meant a lot to him even though he didn’t said much. It was a fun night to see all the children performing together and they had so much fun singing their cheers.
At 9pm, the campfire came to a closure and we left for supper. We brought Anthea to The Kranji Resort to have their lovely zi-char dishes. This place seems to be our annual retreat for supper.
26th March – Day 3: Home Sweet Home – Buses arrived around 12.30noon and the children had a quick debrief before they were all off for home sweet home. Anders came back and had a good hot shower and lunch before he slumped off to slumber land.
After all, he had enjoyed the 3D2N camp and even said that they are going in P5 again. I wonder?