World Challenge

Education through exploration

World Challenge expeditions are designed to develop important life skills, helping students to

  • Hone teamwork and leadership skills 

  • Gain confidence and self-esteem 

  • Become more globally aware

  • Enhance employment prospects

In the summer of 2016 a number of our Year 11-13 students headed off on the trip of a lifetime to Cambodia and Northern Thailand. As well as trekking  through jungles and camping out under the stars they will be volunteering with  an organisation called Working for Children, at the Rainbow Orphanage in the  village of Ka Ektom, Siem Riep Province, Cambodia.

Working for Children (WFC) is a Khmer volunteer staffed  organisation that assists vulnerable children, orphans, their families, and  rural schools in Siem Reap province. Founded in 2007 as a registered local NGO,  WFC selected a location in rural Siem Reap for its work in the Prasat Bakong,  Puok and Banteau Srei districts.

Their mission is to ensure that less fortunate children  in the rural community are cared for and given educational opportunities which  will enable them to break out of the cycle of poverty.

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Students in the sixth form benefit from high-quality curriculums. As a result, they achieve well in both academic and vocational courses.
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