Tent school Children Excursion to Murdeswara & Uppinkote Island

Tent school Children Excursion to Murdeswara & Uppinkote Island

On 2nd June-15, the HBP – tent school team of FSL-India along with international volunteers organized an excursion trip for Yedthadi tent school children to Murdeswara temple and visited Island at Uppinkote near Brahmavar. A total of 16 children, 3 volunteers and 1 teacher participated in the excursion. It was a part of education trip.

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Usually tent school children will never get a chance to go for exposure trip, so that we  organized trip which makes children happy.  Children enjoyed to see the biggest statue, played games  and they all had lunch at Murdeswara temple.  It was the first excursion trip to Yedthadi children for Murdeswara temple. This kind of trips offers an exposure to children to get experience and chance to build rapport with other children, teachers and volunteers. They enjoyed the day without regular routine .

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Really it was a good time to be with children and get to know more about each other and moreover it also made children’s minds relax and refresh

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