By Tess Molloy | HANDS AROUND THE WORLD Project Co-ordinator
Alindra Naskar, Principal of the New Life Centre school in Sarberia is keen to provide the children with a rounded education. As well as the academic subjects, he also believes that Art and Sport play an important part in the curriculum.
In the photo above we see the recent Sports Day and the Long Jump.
There is also the Art Competition each year when the children all submit drawings to see who is the best artist in their age group. This colourful drawing (below) is interesting as the snakes which are an ever present threat in the region are predominant.
Competition is an important part of education, it motivates and informs children and should be enjoyable, as shown on the boy’s face in the long jump.
To sustain this growing school we are asking for sponsors to provide a steady income, and recently I sent them drawings that their sponsored children had made, such as the one here.
Wouldn’t you like to walk hand in hand with one of our children in Sarberia and help them to remain at school and improve their circumstances?
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