Education  India Project #29797

Protect Himalayan Culture through Education

by Karuna Trust
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Project Report | Jun 8, 2020
Torma's Life at ITBCI School

By Akashamitra | Programme Manager

Torma has been a student at ITBCI since she was 3 years old, when she joined the kindergarten facility there. When we met at the school in February, she spent time telling me about all the things she appreciates about ITBCI.

“I like the teachers and the art. I like how there are paintings around the school and in the schoolyard, these inspire me. I don’t think other schools have this kind of beauty. Our teacher Mr. Dogah made all of these, he was a lovely teacher of dance and art.

At the school all the students treat each other like brother and sister, we treat each other like family and we look after each other. I have two very good friends at the school, they are very friendly to me and we have been friends for a long time, since we were very small in nursery.

I’m going to stay in the school until I graduate and then I will go to higher education because I want to be a nurse. I’ve known since I was 8 years old that I wanted to be a nurse because I love life science and also I want to help people.”

Torma's appreciation of the school is typical of the students of ITBCI. During the period of lockdown students who are able to access the internet at home have been accessing lessons on line. Torma and all of the other students are very much looking forward to coming back to school in July.

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Karuna Trust

Location: London, England - United Kingdom
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Twitter: @karuna_trust_uk
Project Leader:
Akashamitra Turnbull
London , England United Kingdom

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