In the last decade, we have witnessed one of the most significant eras of school reform since our system of public education was established. Most discussions about education have been centred on the poor social relationships of our students, such as learning how to work in a group, how to understand and relate to others from different cultures and backgrounds.

Both parents and community leaders concur that we want our students to be fully literate, be able to take responsibility for their personal health and well-being, recognise the consequences of their action, be caring individuals and respect others, develop good character, make sound moral decisions and behave in an ethical and responsible manner.

The Super Heroes and Super Friends camp aims to provide a thematic platform for students to experience the above values.