An Entertaining Rest Day - Week 2 Print E-mail

Well Week 2 has come to an end. So much has been going on its hard to remember what day it is! We are all having fun are being busy with our Passports. Jack and Johnno had organised a bike ride in the morning and went ahead even with the weather. We are all planning our t-shirts and are wondering whose design will be chosen. Pat had organised Beach Volleyball which nearly everyone participated in. There were only a handful of students left on premises which made an easy job for the staff.

Reports from the bike ride and the volleyball were that they had a fantastic time and enjoyed it very much. After the volley ballers came back we finished watching Harry Potter 1 which we had started when the bikers had gone for their trip. Like with ‘The Incredibles’ (the last movie we watched) everyone started to quote Harry Potter. Some quotes came even before we watched them!

The afternoon class was run by 1A a team of which I am also a part of. We had the “My Place Collage”, which every CLP team shared a bit of where we lived. We have all had a very enjoyable two weeks here with plenty of laughs and good tears. This term is going to be great!

Rebecca C - Robinvale SC


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