We are delighted to announce that a unique trip to the Indian Himalayas is planned for 21 July – 6 August 2020. This is a once in a lifetime trip, and due to the highly educational value of this trip, all students will earn the widely recognised ASDAN Universities Award, which will look excellent on University UCAS Applications.
The India trip will enhance your learning in important global issues, and cross-curricular learning in: Geography, Science, Economics, History, Politics and Religious Studies. Each student will enjoy unprecedented access to charities working in the Himalayas.
Please read the information pack on the links below which give details of the India itinerary, purpose and ethos of this cross-curricular trip.
Based in Dharamsala, in the foothills of the beautiful Indian Himalayas and home to the Dalai Lama, you will work on a well-planned community project – to support a local school to install clean water systems.
Uniquely, you can participate with leading charities and Tibetan monasteries to learn about: Fair Trade, refugees and migration, Buddhism and meditation, democracy in exile; human rights and the rule of law, and environmental sustainability throughout the Himalayas. You will also visit Amritsar’s spectacular Golden Temple.
The team can carry out a superb trek through the Himalayas, where students can enjoy great views of the world-famous Himalayas. We will carry daysacks, so all students will really enjoy this. This phase will give everyone an opportunity to learn about leadership, teamwork, and self-reliance: all crucial life-skills.
Parents and Students’ presentation
We are holding a special India presentation for parents and students with Mark Giffard-Lindsay, the Managing Director from Global Action, who has worked in Nepal and Tibet for 5 years, on Tuesday 1st October at 6.30pm in the Lecture Theatre.
Booking forms and the itinerary will be handed out then. Please email Fiona Webb (firstname.lastname@example.org) as soon as possible if you are interested in attending this presentation.