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A Wonderful Adventure: Camping in the Rain

27 October 2016

Whilst all outside activities, sports and even the Shanghai Mud Challenge were cancelled, the Shanghai Dutch School decided to go ahead with their yearly camp last Friday 21 October.

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Fully prepared and equipped with umbrellas, wellies and raincoats, the students, teachers and parents conquered the weather and set up their camp in the Secondary Quad. A very thrilling story told by some parents in a dimly lit Stage One, was the introduction to an exciting game out on the primary field at night. After the game, tired and satisfied, the children enjoyed sleeping outside listening to the rain on their tents. Saturday started wet, but the planned games still went ahead in the Secondary Sports Hall.  The children challenged the Dads in different activities and, as the pictures illustrate, the dads clearly underestimated the youngsters! All in all, the camp was a great success, an amazing adventure and most importantly: a lot of fun!

Chris Samsom, Head of Shanghai Dutch School