Hoerskool P. J. Oliver’ SRC (student representative council) and Monitors attended a team building- and leadership camp on 19-21 January at Hobbiton in Hogsback; during which they completed several leadership enhancing activities. Primary school leaders were able to improve their self-esteem and overcome their fear of heights by doing challenging group activities. High school leaders practised patience as they were forced to rely on younger children for certain activities. The kind support of the high school pupils made the juniors feel like a part of the team. Highlights included the initiation by way of “worm” eating and pig intestines being hidden under pupils’ plates, as well a night hike. The pupils also braved the dead of night to quietly sit and listen to the nature’s night time song while appreciating the stars.
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