Over the first few weeks of the summer holidays, ten Paulines participated in the second annual Sri Lanka Link School trip in conjunction with the Senahasa Trust.
The boys spent two weeks in Galle situated in southern Sri Lanka teaching oral English to primary school students in the morning and assisting with sports activities for secondary school students in the afternoon. The boys worked under the guidance of Senahasa teachers and gap year students to create engaging lessons and games to develop the students’ oral English skills.
Prior to the trip, the students raised three thousand pounds in aid of the Senahasa Trust through a range of fundraising activities including a car wash, bake sales and sponsored runs. Before returning to London, the students travelled around Sri Lanka for five days visiting Yala National Park, Little Adam’s peak (Ella), Udawatta Kele Forest (Kandy) and Knuckles Mountain Range (Matale).
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