Sam Williams (Y13), Maja Zacny (Y13), Adam Davies (Y12), Jack Lovegrove (Y12) and Mr Gardner have travelled over 3000 miles to Sabah in Borneo, Malaysia as part of a Camps International expedition. While in Borneo, students will be working on a project to build a drainage system that will prevent regular flooding of houses in Bonkud village (Sabah) and reduce mosquito infections.

Students have joined a team alongside students from John Warner school from Hodderson, Herts. All students have bonded really well.

Since they arrived last week, students have visited beautiful landmarks and have been treated to performances from local school children. They have also visited an orangutan sanctuary to see the endangered creatures up close.