THE three-day Leadership and National Identity Camp for Student Council (MPP) and Peer Guidance Group (PRS) for teenagers came to a close recently on December 3.
The camp – attended by 70 students and 41 teachers from the Tutong Sixth Form Centre (PTET) – was held to strengthen the participants’ knowledge on leadership and national identity as well as consolidating their core values, perseverance and trustworthiness.
It was also aimed to promote synergy between the participants and nurture leadership qualities as well as strengthen positive values such as discipline, vision, faith, competency and productivity.
This was the third camp organised by PTET since the centre first opened in 2011.
A student who participated in the camp said the camp was a great experience in terms of learning and bonding between participants.
Participants also expressed their hope that the school would continue to support them by creating such activities.
During the camp, students were assembled into groups of 10 individuals each. Each group was set to ensure good cooperation and teamwork.
On the second night of the camp, parents of the students were invited to a hotpot style dinner with performances held to enliven the night.