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Year 11 Updates from Sanya - Day 4

22 October 2015

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9:20pm Updates from Mr. Jim Hartland

Today, students took part in first aid in which they learnt how to treat minor injuries. They also learnt the best way to help injured party members and carry them to a safe place for more advanced treatment.
Then each student needed to present what they had learnt this week to their groups and discuss what could have gone better or how they personally could have achieved more on the trip.
We then traveled back to the hotel where students got the chance to refresh and relax after 2 days of discomfort.
Tomorrow will be a debrief by our group leaders before students (finally) get some free time before we head to the airport and return to Beijing.