Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

Making a Difference

Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

Making a Difference

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Students support the children in Ghana Students support the children in Ghana WORLD CHALLENGE is an expedition that's designed to help develop important life skills. Every year RGS takes an average of 20 students to less fortunate countries.

WORLD CHALLENGE is an expedition that's designed to help develop important life skills. Every year RGS takes an average of 20 students to less fortunate countries.

World Challenge, involves trips all over the globe to help the community in need. The trip is aimed to help the students understand the different cultures, taste different foods and learn about the environment of people so different to them. In 2014, the sudents travelled to Mankoadze, Ghana where they worked in the children's schools, helped build a toilet block and to mainly improve themselves by achieveing their personal objectives.

World Challenge, involves trips all over the globe to help the community in need. The trip is aimed to help the students understand the different cultures, taste different foods and learn about the environment of people so different to them. In 2014, the sudents travelled to Mankoadze, Ghana where they worked in the children's schools, helped build a toilet block and to mainly improve themselves by achieveing their personal objectives.

Leader of the trip, Ms Etherington, stated that when the children arrive, they push Leader of the trip, Ms Etherington, stated that when the children arrive, they push themselves to achieve their own goals, make a difference to those less fortunate and excel in their people skills.

themselves to achieve their own goals, make a difference to those less fortunate and excel in their people skills.

The students aimed to raise all the funds needed to travel to Ghana and to equip the Mankoadze community. Last year, the students successfully held a wide range of fundraisers such as babysitting, washing cars, discos and cake sales.

The students aimed to raise all the funds needed to travel to Ghana and to equip the Mankoadze community. …

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