A group of students at Cowes Enterprise College travelled to Kenya to take part in humanitarian projects with the Camps International Group.
The students took part in weeks of social action work including building projects at a primary school, animal care for a herd of 113 goats and completing a PADI open water diving course.
Time was found for exploration and relaxation and students enjoyed time at Diani Beach and even took part in a safari where they spotted elephants, lions and a leopard.
The Camps Foundation is dedicated to helping volunteers take part in projects that help communities across the world. Cowes Enterprise College is pleased to have worked with Camps previously on an expedition in Borneo.
Cowes Enterprise College Principal, Rachel Kitley, said:
“This is such a brilliant opportunity for our students to not only play their part in such important humanitarian work but also to visit Kenya. We are delighted to hear how much students and staff enjoyed the expedition and taking part in new adventures. We are proud to offer a wide range of enrichment opportunities at Cowes Enterprise College and look forward to offering more in the future.”