This is our third showcase of the MCNC’s Online Pocket Guide to Co-Curriculars – “the good, the bad, the ugly…”
- Part 1: Co-Curricular Expo
- Part 2: WHY you should make an effort to join Co-Curriculars at Macleans
- Part 3: Co-Curricular Showcase: Anime Club, Lion Dance, Orienteering, Fencing Club, Barbershop Girls’ Chorus, Book Club, Interact Club, Juggling Club
- Part 4: Service Expo – How you can get involved!
What is orienteering, and what do you do?
Orienteering is a fun and unique sporting activity, in which participants require both brains and brawn in order to do well. In short, individuals use a map to locate certain target points which they must run to in a certain order, completing the itinerary of target points in the fastest time possible.
Why should you join orienteering?
It is great fun and also a challenge, which keeps you fit at the same time.
When is orienteering and how do I join?
Currently, secondary schools orienteering is running once a week, which is a completely free event. To enter, simply put down your name, form class and birthday down onto the list in R2 where you can also pick up a permission slip and an information sheet containing all the details.
Contributors to the Co-Curricular Showcase are: Elinor Wang, Joyce Chan, Cassandra Liu and Wayne Zhou. Edited by: Zachary Wong