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Within only three years, what used to be a rice field became a burgeoning forest.
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Scholasticans Favor Forest Club

Forest Club has become a favorite get away for both teachers and students from the St. Scholastica School system. In the last few months there has been no less than six bookings from three different St. Scholastica schools. A high school extra curricular club from St. Scholastica's College in Manila has been to Forest Club at least twice. Aptly called The Forest Club, the student organization teaches the importance of trees and promotes love for the environment.

Bankers Take Risks

The Risk Management Group of banking leader Metrobank had a one day team building session at the Forest Club last 5 April 2008. Clad in color-coordinated shirts, the three groups successfully completed the Eco Adventure Program, proving to themselves that with proper team work and coordination, any challenge, no matter the risks involved, can be overcome.  

Waldorf School Camp Out

Middle School students from the Manila Waldorf School camped out in Forest Club last March 2 to 4, 2008. The Manila Waldorf School, Inc. is the pioneer school of Steiner education in the Philippines. Founded in 1994, MWSI is a non-stock, non-profit educational foundation that is dedicated to spreading Steiner education in the country. For more information on the Waldorf school and the Steiner education philosophy, please visit www.manilawaldorfschool.edu.ph. And for more pictures of the camp out, please visit our multiply site.

WWF Calls All to Join Earth Hour

It started with a question: How can we inspire people to take action on climate change? The answer: Ask the people to turn off their lights for one hour. This coming 29 March 2008, from 8 to 9 in the evening, the Philippines will join cities in Europe, America and Asia by switching off lights as part of a global movement termed Earth Hour. The cities of Pasay, Manila and Paranaque have agreed to turn off lights along the historical Roxas Boulevard seaside strip for 60 minutes to show support.

Beacon School Field Trip Video

Here's a video clip taken during the science field trip of the Grade 6 class of Beacon School last February.  To view other Forest Club videos, please visit our YouTube channel page

Southridge Father and Son Activity

Last Saturday, 23 February 2008, we hosted 19 pairs of Southridge Grade 7 fathers and sons for a whole day of outdoor activities. For three years now, we have been offering unique outdoor games in Forest Club to both schools and companies as an alternative to the usual field trips and team building exercises. Last Saturday was the first time we used the activities for a father son bonding session. Here's feedback from the father coordinator:

Beacon School Science Field Trip

Despite the intermittent showers and the wet surroundings, 37 Grade 6 students from Beacon International School visited Forest Club last 21 February 2008 for a whole day of fun-filled learning activities. The field trip was organized by Teacher Trixie who brought her students to Forest Club to help them learn more about their current science studies on seed plants.

A Special Treat for Special Children

Thank you for the beautiful place and the wonderful experience!  Seventy-two students and faculty from The Child’s World – A Growing Center in Sta. Mesa Heights, Quezon City held an overnight camp last 19 to 20 February 2008. This was in line with the experiential phase of their program aimed at providing meaningful learning experiences for the students.

English Tutors Hurdle Tough Test at the Forest Club

"Walang hiya kayo, pinahirapan niyo kami!", Joel Aguada jokingly quipped as he and his seven-man team finally stumbled into the finish line. In the end though, after a hearty lunch and a refreshing dip in the heated pool, the head of Magister English Training Center was all praises for what he and thirty of his teachers and staff went through. "It was really an enjoyable and productive day. Thank you for hosting us."  

Mid-Term Report: Eco-Adventure Program a Success!

The first semester for Schoolyear 2007-2008 was a huge success for Forest Club's Eco Adventure Program! Despite the typhoons and heavy rains from July to August which caused the cancellation of many bookings, more than 2,500 students from more than eighteen schools travelled to Forest Club to experience the Eco Adventure Program.   The participants varied in age, from Grade 1 and Grade 2 students of Elizabeth Seton School to college students from San Beda College and UP Diliman.

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