Pupils enjoy world challenge

The 18-strong team from Nailsea School who travelled to Honduras for their world challenge.

The 18-strong team from Nailsea School who travelled to Honduras for their world challenge. - Credit: Archant

CONSCIENTIOUS teenagers from Nailsea spent three weeks working in Honduras to help people living in the Central American country.

Nailsea School students taking part in some agricultural work in Honduras as part of their world cha

Nailsea School students taking part in some agricultural work in Honduras as part of their world challenge. - Credit: Archant

The Nailsea School world challenge team took part in basic agricultural work for a charity which uses its funds to help poor communities in Honduras.

The students also donated clothes, stationery and sports equipment to a local orphanage. To round off the trip, they visited Pico Bonito National Park and dived off the island of Roatan.


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