Schools modifying or putting on hold outdoor camps after death of ACS(I) student in Safra Yishun accident

Anglo-Chinese School (Independent) student Jethro Puah, 15, lost his footing during a high-element activity on Feb 3. ST PHOTO: JASON QUAH
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SINGAPORE - Schools planning outdoor camps for their students in the coming weeks are modifying some activities in the wake of a secondary school student's death last week from an accident at Safra Yishun.

A handful of schools, such as Maris Stella High, are putting their camps on hold for now, and waiting to see how the situation plays out before making any decisions.

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