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School camp group 8

The school camp with group 8 is perhaps the best outing during the last year of primary school. It is a special opportunity for students to be together, create memories and prepare for the transition to high school. 

At Flitz-Events we provide an unforgettable school camp experience full of adventure, team building and fun for group 8. With of course the famous colorful evening, exciting night games and cozy campfires. 

Camp location group 8

Camp locations for group 8 can vary from nature campsites and camping farms to special camp locations with all kinds of facilities. The most important thing is that the location is suitable for a group of children and that there is sufficient space and facilities for activities and overnight stays.

The Netherlands has a lot to offer. From the beach to the dunes and from forests to locations near the city. Whatever location you choose, we will always find activities that fit perfectly with the chosen location.

Camp group 8 tips for a great outing

  1. Involve the students: Let the students think about the activities and the program of the camp. This way they feel more involved and can make suggestions for activities they are really enthusiastic about.
  2. Safety first: Ensure that the accommodation is safe and meets all requirements. Make agreements with the counselors and students about safe behavior during the camp.
  3. Diversity in activities: Provide a varied program with different activities, such as games, sports, workshops and excursions. This way there is something for everyone and the camp remains interesting for all students.
  4. Encourage teamwork: Organize activities that focus on teamwork and collaboration. This can be done, for example, by playing team building games or solving puzzles and assignments in groups.
  5. Relaxation and fun: Don't forget to also schedule plenty of time for relaxation and fun. Let the students play freely, enjoy nature and undertake social activities such as campfire evenings or communal meals.
  6. Reflection moments: Schedule regular reflection moments where students can look back on the day and share their experiences. This can help to gain insight into their personal growth and development during the camp.
  7. Make memories: Provide sufficient opportunities to create memories, for example by taking photos, writing diaries or organizing a closing ceremony in which students look back on the camp.
  8. Flexibility in planning: Take unexpected circumstances into account and be flexible in planning. Sometimes the weather can throw a spanner in the works or activities can go differently than planned. Make sure you can anticipate this and have alternative plans.

Working week group 8

A working week is also often seen as a highlight for students in group 8. It is a period in which they gain new experiences together with their classmates and teachers, learn about different topics and develop skills outside the classroom. With a varied program full of educational activities and fun outings, they can challenge themselves and discover new interests.

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