PRIMARY GB GIRLS CREATE A GAME CARNIVAL AND DRILL PERFORMANCE IN JUST 2 DAYS

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PRIMARY GB GIRLS CREATE A GAME CARNIVAL AND DRILL PERFORMANCE IN JUST 2 DAYS

(Girls training for their music drill performance)

242 Primary-5 Girls put their leadership and teamwork skills to the test at the Junior Leadership Training Camp (JLTC) as they created games and trained for a music drill performance. All within less than 48 hours!  

Through Looking, Listening, and Learning from their peers and environment, Energising others with a positive Attitude, and Demonstrating their care for those they lead, Girls who’d just met for the first time joined forces to lead their parents through a games carnival and hopefully wow them with their drills.

(Girls trying out their carnival games & creating banners)

GIRLS TAKE OVER!

With so much practice and planning under their belts, Girls were eager to show their parents all they had learned. 

Over 300 Parents showed up in strength as their daughters led them in games and put up a solid drill performance.  

When we dare to trust Girls to tackle their own challenges using what they’ve been taught, they learn to become courageous leaders who are confident in their own abilities and willing to grow. 

I had mixed feelings during the camp, but after that I felt joy as I’d stayed through the whole camp and learnt many new skills. I learnt to challenge myself, accept challenges and how to lead others. After this camp, I learnt how to interact better with others and met many new friends.

Claire Yip, 41st P Coy., Xinghua Primary School

I felt that it was well organized, the programmes went smoothly and most importantly, the activities are appropriate to train students to work as a team, help one another and to speak up confidently. I also heard that GB officers had put in a lot of effort – as in sleep late, and wake up early to prepare the students. We are very thankful for the opportunity to participate in this camp. 👍🏻

Ong Xue Fen, Mother of Eunice Luan, 17th P Coy., Southview Primary School.

It was an amazing experience to see the Girls’ Brigade and the Girls enjoyed the camp. Thank you.

Rajeshkanna Deepmangath, Mother of Aishwarya Kannan, 87th P Coy., Greendale Primary School.

(Aishwarya’s father playing the game designed by Aishwarya and her team.)