Students from 30 schools in the Sha Tin district make a Scottish song and dance (above) about English during a camp to practise their language skills. The English fun camp at Wu Kwai Sha Youth Village was also designed to break down barriers between primary and secondary schools, with older students leading activities for the younger. The day of fun, games and Scottish dancing - the latter led by ESF Educational Service's Graham Young - also included a series of teacher seminars on how to bridge the gap between primary and secondary English teaching. 'There is not much communication between primary and secondary schools,' said Louise Law Yi-shu, principal of Ma On Shan Tsung Tsin Secondary School and head of the camp's organising committee. 'One of the main purposes was that while teachers planned together they would have a chance to talk, observe and communicate.'