EPR students enjoy experiental, interactive learning day
This Year 11 trip was a unique piece of educational work involving many volunteers working with Global Link. The EPR students all enjoyed the day and particularly appreciated the experiential, interactive learning. Girls listened to a CAFOD talk and participated in a refugee simulation. This took place through fields, at a detention camp and refugee camp at Lee House Retreat Centre.
Students made their own targets as to taking the work forward, such as setting up a CADFOD group to raise awareness of social injustices. They then reflected on philosophical issues at Tabor in the evening.Many skills and attitudes were nurtured, not least empathy and global citizenship.