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Year 6 Cat Tien Trip 2018

20 March 2018

In the middle of March, in two separate groups, Year 6 visited the Cat Tien National Park for an exciting residential trip. The children had the opportunity to explore the Tai Lai Longhouse and the surrounding forests, as well as paddling around the beautiful lake in kayaks.

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One of the high points of the trip was the visit to the EAST Primate Centre in Dao Tien Island, where we hung out with the endangered yellow-cheeked gibbons and heard their beautiful morning calls; learnt about their behaviour and painted a striking mural. Other activities in the National Park included a morning wildlife drive; having a go on a brand new low ropes course and trekking through the jungle. The students also took part in a 12 km bike ride over some very bumpy roads; met the students of a local school and enjoyed traditional songs and dances. Everyone had a great time during this fun-filled week!

Mr Greg Wilde, Year 6 Class Teacher and Year 6 Leader