Relaxing End to the Day - Aron Print E-mail
Written by Aron, Snowy River Campus Student, Term 2B 2013   

Hi I’m Aron. I go to Echuca College in north central Victoria.

Last night was a student led activity night. We had a meeting and decided to play some fun little games. First we tried a human knot, then we played a game of ‘honey I love you’, followed by a concentration game Mitch taught us how to play. Just before bed I ran a relaxation/meditation class to wind down the night. Overall I’m sure everyone had a great night.

Today at Snowy River Campus the rain finally stopped. It was such a good feeling for us to finally be able to go outside, run around and kick the footy after a long week of stormy/rainy weather.

Tomorrow I’m looking forward to the half day bike ride and finishing off our CLP presentation.


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