Lynette silver, a former teacher, has all her life maintained a great interest in the well being and education of today’s generation. As a parent, educator or mentor, are you concerned that, as students near the end of their secondary school education, many fail to appreciate that a fascinating world exists outside their own immediate environment? Are you also concerned that many young people, especially those raised in a privileged community, have never been confronted with, nor undertaken, any real challenge?
If you would like to give the students in your care the opportunity to explore their limitations, to grow in confidence and maturity by tackling a stimulating mental and physical challenge, to understand and appreciate the value of teamwork and mateship, to learn about a different culture, to commune with nature in an exotic environment, or simply to enjoy new and exciting experiences outside their usual comfort zones, join the growing number of school groups who have undertaken treks along the SandakanRanau death march track.
Visits to village schools can be arranged as part of the program.