What the children say about the recent camp 2014


Let’s hear what the children have to say about the recent 6th Taekwondo Junior Camp they had attended…

To watch the camp video, CLICK HERE.

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6th Taekwondo Junior Camp 2014


95 students from various schools in the Klang Valley rough it out in a 2-day 1 night camp in SK Taman Megah, P.J.  to have the time of their lives. Seeking adventure and excitement, they have to ‘fight for their lives’. There were victories and disappointment too. Watch the video and enjoy…

6th Taekwondo Junior Camp 2014


What’s this Junior Camp?

This CAMP is specially organized for our young ones, to let them have some clean fun after their final year exam. What better way to ‘de-stress’ than to have a time of fun with all their friends and at the same time learn things!

Objectives of this Camp

  1. To train them to be independent
  2. To instill confidence in them
  3. To teach them the value of team work
  4. To instill in them the tenets of taekwondo.

Camp Instructors

Mr. & Mrs. Leong Yong Wah with their team of helpers.

Start of Camp      : 9.00 am on 17 Dec (Wed)

End of Camp        : 9.00 am on 18 Dec (Thurs)                            
Venue  
                  : SK Taman Megah, P.J.

Camp fees    : RM100.00

What are included in the camp fees:

  1. Meals : 1 lunch, 1 tea, I dinner, 1 supper and 1 breakfast. Meals are prepared by the school canteen.
  2. A beautifully designed camp t-shirt for each participant.
  3. A file with notes attached.

Sleeping Quarters : School Hall
Schools involved:

  1. SK Taman Megah, P.J.
  2. SK Assunta (1) P.J.
  3. SK Seksyen 9, Shah Alam.
  4. SK Methodist (P) Klang
  5. SK Convent 1 & 2, Klang

 

Things to Bring for the Camp

  1. A change of clothes for a day.
  2. Towel
  3. Soap, toothbrush and toothpaste.
  4. Mat or Sleeping bag
  5. Taekwondo uniform (Don’t forget your belt)
  6. Jogging shoes
  7. A big hankerchief for blindfold game
  8. Torchlight
  9. Pencil or ball-pen
  10. A big portion of D. O.C. (Discipline, Obedience and Common sense)

Closing Date: 21st Nov 2014
Please register early to avoid disappointment. Registration will close when the 100th participant is reached.

Application form can be downloaded in the PSport_files on the  right hand column under the ‘6th TKD Camp 2014 Folder.

5th Power Sport Taekwondo Junior Camp 2011


Organizing a taekwondo camp is not an easy task especially if it’s one where the members would crave for more after they have attended the first. To get these results, a lot of planning and effort have to be put in weeks before the event. And you need to inject in the camp some elements of adventure, mystery or anything that can cause them to experience an intense feeling or sensation like a sudden pleasurable sensation of fright or excitement.

Such was our 5th Power Sport Taekwondo Junior Camp 2011 which was held recently, 21st Dec – 22nd Dec 2011 @ SK Taman Megah, P.J.

The highlight of the camp was a game call ‘Commando Crossings’. Here, the team captain has to organize his group to transport a ‘seriously injured’ member across dangerous terrains where enemies are lurking to ambush them. The team has to go through ‘a long and narrow tunnel’ and ‘caves’ only to meet the enemies at the end. The captain’s priority is to get his team safely home. Bonus marks will be given on how they protect each other and also the injured friend and help him/her across to safety.

These are part of the memo given to the captain:

Objectives of the game:
1.  To work as a team in overcoming obstacles on the way home.
2.  To keep in mind the safety of each member of your team all the time and not yours alone.
3.  To see how you reach out to help the ‘helpless or defenseless’ member in your team.

Materials provided for the game:
1.  A short piece of rope
2.  A piece of cloth as a stretcher to transport your ‘injured’ friend
3.  Weapons for your defense – water rifle, water pistol and water bomb.

I noticed one thing though, nobody wants to be the ‘injured person’. The one chosen by the captain as the ‘injured person’ somehow in the excitement of the game also ‘get up’ and start shooting the enemies (something he/she is not supposed to do).

It gives us much pleasure to see everyone of them screaming with excitement and enjoying themselves. As I observe, to me the most beautiful thing that day was as they were enjoying themelves, they were also learning to work as a team, helping and working with each other throughout the camp. What a beautiful sight to behold!

5th Power Sport Taekwondo Junior Camp (21st – 22nd Dec 2011)


IMPORTANT: Please be informed we have just received news this afternoon regarding an Examiner/Instructors seminar which falls on the same day as our junior camp (14th -15th Dec 2011). Therefore, we have no choice but  to postpone the camp to the following week i.e. 21st – 22nd Dec 2011.

If you have already paid for the camp, and are unable to come on the new date set, we will refund you the money. Sorry for the inconvenience caused.

What’s this Junior Camp?

Briefing - 4th Power Sport Junior Camp 2010

This CAMP is specially organized for our young ones, to let them have some clean fun after their final year exam. What better way to ‘de-stress’ than to have a time of fun with all their friends and at the same time learn things!

Objectives of this Camp

  1. To train them to be independent
  2. To instill confidence in them
  3. To teach them the value of team work
  4. To instill in them the tenets of taekwondo.

Camp Instructors
Mr. & Mrs. Leong Yong Wah with their team of helpers.

Start of Camp   : 9.00 am  on 14th Dec 2011 (Wed)  [21st Dec 2011 (Wed)]
End of Camp     : 9.00 am on 15th Dec 2011 (Thurs) [22nd Dec 2011 (Thurs)]
Venue              : SK Taman Megah, P.J.

Camp fees         : RM70.00

What are included in the camp fees:
1.     Meals : 1 lunch, 1 tea-time, I dinner, 1 supper and 1 breakfast. Meals are prepared by the school canteen.
2.     A beautifully designed camp t-shirt for each participant.
3.     A file with notes attached.

Target Practice - 4th Power Sport Junior Camp 2010

Sleeping Quarters : School Hall
Schools involved:

  1. SK Taman Megah, P.J.
  2. SK Assunta (1) P.J.
  3. SK Seksyen 9, Shah Alam.

Things to Bring for the Camp

  1. A change of clothes for a day.
  2. Towel
  3. Soap, toothbrush and toothpaste.
  4. Mat or Sleeping bag
  5. Taekwondo uniform (Don’t forget your belt)
  6. Jogging shoes
  7.  A big hankerchief for blindfold game
  8. Torchlight
  9. Pencil or ball-pen
  10. A big portion of D. O.C. (Discipline, Obedience and Common sense).

 

Obstacle test - 4th Power Sport Junior Camp 2010

Closing Date: 29th Nov 2011
Please register early to avoid disappointment. Registration will close when the 100th participant is reached.
Registration forms can be downloaded at the PSport_files folder at the side column.

Camp Program

Team discussion - 4th Power Sport Junior Camp 2010

Obstacle test - 4th Power Sport Junior Camp 2010

21st  Dec 2011  (Wed)
9.00   AM      –  Roll Call
9.10   AM      –  Briefing by Master Leong
9.15   AM      –  Ice-Breaker
9.30   AM     –   History of Taekwondo & Vital Points in a human body
10.00  AM    –  Blind Man Game
10.45  AM      –  Self-defence drills
11.30  AM     –  Greedy Dogs
12.30  PM     –   Lunch
1.00   PM     –   Objective Tests
1.30   PM      –  Commando Crossings
3.00   PM      –   Tea-time
3.15   PM      –   Team Discussions
4.00   PM      –   Taekwondo drills
5.00   PM      –   Tug of War
6.00   PM      –    Free and easy
7.00   PM      –   Dinner
8.00   PM     –    Camp fire / Story time
9.00   PM     –    Overcoming fear of darkness  “Is there a monster under my bed?”
10.00  PM     –    Team Performance
10.45  PM     –    Supper
11.15  PM     –    Lights Off (Bed-times)

22nd Dec 2011 (Thur)
5.00   AM    –   Roll Call / Wash-up
5.30   AM    –  Jogging time
6.00   AM    –   Taekwondo drills
7.30   AM     –  Breakfast
8.30   AM    –   Presentation of Awards
8.45   AM    –  Group photo
9.00  AM     –  Good-bye

Power Sport Parent Support Team-Year End Trip


The parent support team are thinking of having a year end trip for the kiddos, there will be a long leave during Hari Raya Haji and Awal Muharram.
Please comment your value suggestion on the location(Cameron Highland or Port Dickson) and other infomation.

Note :
1) We are encouraging family trip for kids below 18 years old .
2) The location is subject to room availability.

P/S : I am sorry but i have limited resources,kindly help to tag those that are relevant.

Destination : Cameron Highland
Apartment : Desa Anthurium
Type : 3 Bedrooms(Private own)
Cost: As discussed
Location : In between Tanah Rata & Brinchang

Date : Check in 26th Nov check out 27th Nov 2011

Transportation, Meal & Farm visit entrance fee: Own Cost

Total Headcounts: Adults-11, Children-11.

Bedrooms(9): Ropathy-2 Kim-2 Nafiz-2 Kumar-1 Leong-2

The tentative Itinerary:
26-Nov
1130- Arrival at Tanah Rata CH.
1200- Check In
1300- Lunch at Tanah Rata www.cameron-highlands.net/tanah-rata.php
1400- Visit to Rose Valley-Tringkap www.cameron.com.my/rose-valley.html
Cactus Valley-Brinchang www.cameron-highland-destination.com/highlands-sights-cactus-valley.html
Big Red Strawberry Farm-Bringchang www.holidaycameron.com/bigredstrawberry.html
1900- Dinner and Night market visit at Brinchang www.cameron-highlands.org/brinchang.php
2130-2200 Back to apartment

27-Nov
0800-0830 Breakfast at Brinchang
0930- Visit to Morning market-Kea Farm www.cameronhighland.net/kea-farm.htm
1130- Back to apartment
1230-1300 Check out
1330- Visit to Boh Tea Centre-Sg palas www.cameron-highland-destination.com/highlands-boh-tea-center-sg-palas.html
1430- Depart Home

Submitted by:
Charmine Thor, Vicky Lee Dreyer and Kim Dreyer.