IB Orientation Olympics

by on 04/09/2018

The orientation weekend would not be complete without the Orientation Olympics. This is an annual event for new students arriving to study Pre-IB or IB and each student is assigned a team: Blue, Green, Yellow or Red. They play a range of fun games including the sack race and tug of war with the objective of gaining as many points as they can for their teams. This year it was the Blue team who were triumphant.

The aims of the Orientation Olympics is to help students settle in, meet other students and really feel welcomed into the college.

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