KS2 Residential Camps 2021 – 2022
We were so delighted to be able to go on residential camp this year! After two years absence due to Covid restrictions residential camp is back. Residential camp is a- true example of how our parents, teachers, support staff and leadership team work together to provide our students with unforgettable experiences.
Year 3 Camp –Al Sahara Camp
This year’s camp for Years 3 and 4 was an unforgettable experience. For many students it was the first time away from parents, providing a unique opportunity to take part in field activities as well as all new activities such as sandboarding. The students were so supportive of each other, super brave and had an amazing time!
Tracks and Traps, Camel Farm, Catwalk, Archery, Sandboarding plus entertaining evening activities.
Year 5 & 6 Residential Camp – Al Waha Camp, Ras Al Khaimah
This year’s Year 5 and 6 camp undoubtedly pushed the boundaries with students taking part in activities at the Al Waha camp and water activities at Al Hamra beach resort. This provided them with a unique opportunity to take part in marine activities as well as all new activities such as Jacob's ladder and climbing. The kids were amazingly brave handling snakes, spiders and other creatures during the animal encounters activity.
Animal encounters; Climbing; Jacob’s Ladder, Microscope Encounters; Leap of Faith; Survival Skills; Canoeing; Kayaking and more.
We had over 250 students attending camp this which was just incredible and a sign that we are safely returning to our normal way of life. We look forward to even more fun and challenges next year!
Year 6 Camp – Al Sahara Camp and Al Jeer Camp
This years’ Year 6 camp undoubtedly pushed the boundaries. We stayed at two different campsites, Al Sahara Desert Camp and Al Jeer Marine Camp. Provided a unique opportunity to take part in marine activities as well as all new activities such as sandboarding. The trip consisted of three nights and four days’ worth of activities
Sandboarding; Climbing; Jacobs Ladder; Microscope Encounters; Leap of Faith; Survival Skills; Windsurfing; Kayaking and more.
Royal Dubai School offers a wide range of educational visits to our students. Our visits complement learning objectives from across our concept curriculum and enhances the learning that takes place at school and at home.
Here are just some of the engaging trips that our students have participated in: Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding; Emirates Marine Reserve; Astronomy Centre; Meydan Race Course and The Quranic Park.