"I learnt that I have the potential to accomplish many things I thought I never could or am Capable of as long as I'm willing to try and persevere" -Catholic Junior College, Singapore
"I can be independent and I can achieve anything if I am determined to" -British School Class 10
" Even when things get difficult I now know I can make it through and achieve something great!" -Scindia Boys
" Loved it! Wanna do it again" - British School Class 10
" Trekking really helped me push my limits and persevere " - KFI
"I learnt to milk a cow and helped to harvest rice" - British School Class 4
Outward Bound Singapore, Catholic Junior College, Singapore. 8th - 17th & 20th - 30th November 2014. Students from Catholic Junior College in Singapore were involved in 2, 10 day programs which combined, trekking and rafting with cultural experiences. The interactions with the local communities made for great cross cultural exchanges.
British School, New Delhi, Class 10. 19th - 22nd November
They did a 3 day self sufficient rafting trip. Learning it was possible to live with out luxuries, technology, home comforts, and still have a great time.The group got to develop their self-sufficiency, team work and leadership skills.
British School, New Delhi, Class 6. 18th - 21st November
Students from British school 6th class, participated in 4 day program which introduced aspects of expedition life along with cultural experiences. Where they had to work together to set up camp and prepare their dinner.
British School, New Delhi, Class 4. 19th - 21st November
The Gary's farm program allowed the youngest students from British School the opportunity to learn how a farm takes care of both animals and crops. Encouraging their awareness of the natural environment.
Scindia School 9th Class, Gwalior. 26th October - 2nd November 2014.
111 students from class 9 took part in a 6 day program, exploring various adventure and cultural activities. Where they developed their confidence and learnt importance of punctuality.
Scindia School 10th Class, Gwalior. 26th October - 2nd November 2014.
The Alaknanda Rafting Expedition took the students from class 10 rafting down the Ganga river. Starting their adventure from Bagwan they developed their planning and problem solving to successfully complete the expedition at Rishikesh.
Outward Bound Ecuador. 22nd October - 1st November 2014.
A trek through the spiritual area of the Dhauladhar mountains allowed the opportunity to promote deep reflection and self discovery through meditation and yoga.
KFI Rajghat Besant School, Varanasi, 3rd - 11th October 2014
Students from KFI Rajghat Beasant School took part in the Ganga valley trekking and rafting program. Showing resilience and determination to make it up to the high point of Danda Ka Nagraj, then the opportunity retrace their journey working together in rafts back along the Ganga river.