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Student Council Cross Campus Meeting at BVIS

17 December 2015

The Student Council at An Phu Primary recently journeyed to BVIS to experience the enjoyable annual cross campus meeting.

We met up with the Student Councils from BVIS and Tu Xuong campus. We shared and discussed our ideas and what we have done so far.

First, we did some fun team building activities. We found out about the other students by playing human bingo and we also covered ourselves in toilet paper to do a race to the other side of the room!

Next, we discussed our ideas and changes we had made at each of the schools and we found out we have similar issues and discussed a range of solutions. Finally, we had a tour of the school. We especially liked their library because it was huge!

For me this was an interesting day because I found out that TX have a games cupboard and I would like to try and include it here at AP1.  I hope we can meet again soon because it was an exciting day.

Rosie Battersby / Year 6 Student and Student Council Executive Committee member