Stantonbury Students Volunteer in Cambodia!




During the summer holiday, five year 11s along with teacher Hanna Fraser from Stanonbury Campus flew to Cambodia with Camps International.

Each of the girls raised a staggering £3,000 through a variety of fundraising activities in order to get to Cambodia!

Whilst out there Chloe Hill, Emily Rice, Jasveen Sanghera, Chalotte Tucker and Uma Vyas took part in a variety of activities, working with local communities on a range of projects from painting to building. They also went into the Cambodian jungle and embarked on a four day trek which involved exploring the temple complexes and killing fields.

To find out more about Camp International and the wonderful volunteer trips they organise, follow the link below.

A quote on the Camp International Website:

‘We love what we do, we hope you choose to make your mark on the world with us and get involved.’