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The summer vacation provides a long break from the regular school routine. For students who thrive on or sometimes need that routine, Safe Schools offers the Summer Recreation programs to keep students active, fit and engaged.
Safe Schools gives hundreds of students opportunities they would not normally be able to access thanks to a generous donation from Variety – The Children’s Charity, and the support of Surrey RCMP and the City of Surrey. These opportunities include the Gulf Island TV and Film Camp, Camp Potlatch, Camp Elphinstone and King George International School.
The program supports fitness activities, including skating and basketball, and provides nutrition and transportation.
Surrey Schools superintendent Jordan Tinney, front right, joins in a game of basketball with students taking part in the Summer Recreation program.
Surrey Schools pioneered the development of school sports Kabaddi league that encouraged participation of all in this traditional sport developed in India. The Next 100 Years Kabaddi Camp is a peer to peer mentorship program encouraging leadership development and physical literacy.
Each summer in July, high school aged students lead elementary students in sport specific training while providing role modelling and mentorship. This program is open to participants in the Next 100 Years program and will be held in the Tamanawis Area for 2019.