Games, Colours and Togas

This morning, we started our German-themed menu with bread, meats and cheeses for breakfast. Then it was time for our last lesson. This morning, it was all about games. We learned games from the countries where the languages we study are spoken and our project was to create our very own board game in English, French, Spanish or German. The ideas were amazing – from Fortnite, the board game, to complex card games!


For lunch, we had a selection of lovely German salads like ‘Nudelsalat’ which matched well with the sunny afternoon. Then we had some free time and there was a great game of volleyball!

Then it was time for our ‘Clan War’ colour run. We first split into clans where we designed our flags and white suits based on our colours. The team logos looked amazing!

Then we headed on the minibus to the beach park for our game. We had to get the other teams coloured in as much of our team colour as possible to win the game. We had to collect our colours from the centre circle when we ran out and try to attack the other teams’ bases too. The yellow team did a great job and won the camper colours but the blue team coloured the most flags!

Then, as it was so warm, the campers had a choice to head to the sandy beach one last time or to take part in the technical bake-off challenge. While around half of the campers headed to the beach, the others made some amazing tiramisu, apfelstrudel and tarta de Santiago. The desserts were awesome and were shared with everyone after dinner this evening.

For dinner, we had some German Currywurst with chips and bread rolls as well as salads. Then we headed to our rooms to pack for leaving tomorrow and get ready for this evening’s toga party.

At the party, we came in our beautifully designed togas, and started dancing to Hannah’s amazing DJ skills. We had some games too like building European landmarks with our bodies and a little bit of limbo! Finally, it was to end the evening by receiving our certificates, t-shirts and watching all our videos and photos of the week.

We can’t believe it is the last night of camp! We’re so sad we’ll be leaving tomorrow but we are very much looking forward to seeing our families again!

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