From 13th to the 20th February, teachers Chloe Farrant and Sarah Northcott will be travelling to New Dehli, India once again to link with our partner school, Jasola. They will be spending a week teaching in the schools, sharing resources and teaching methods as well as collecting work to bring back to England. The children have been preparing by writing letters and completing work around the topic of food. Some of the children have made food diaries, videos and leaflets to share their project work with the Indian children.
The two teachers established a link with Jasola in February 2014 when they visited India for the first time. Jasola is one school within a network of ‘Good Samaritan schools.’ These schools provide a good, valued education to underprivileged children in New Delhi and many lack space and resources.
The partnership has offered Broadclyst Community Primary School an insight into culture and customs across the world and has enriched the children’s understanding of diversity and citizenship.
To follow them on their travels once again, Chloe Farrant and Sarah Northcott will be posting regular blogs to the school website, or you can follow them on the BCPS Facebook page or Twitter.