Community Action Service (CAS) Importance

Posted on Apr 10, 2018 in Student Speak


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On our journey to Cambodia, we got a chance to participate in a Community Action Service (CAS) program in a school in Siem Reap. When we entered the Spitler School Foundation’s main gate, we got a warm and joyous welcome from the children of the school. We felt grateful to the students of Spitler School who were so nice and cooperative with us throughout our session of two days. We were very excited about the fact that we were going to teach the students of that school.


It was something that we couldn’t have done anywhere else like we did here. We worked in groups and went to different classes to teach the students. We taught lots of things to the students and they seemed visibly happy and excited. Some of us were writing on the board and others were doing small but enjoyable activities with them.


We taught them various activities related to different subjects like art forms, basic mathematical problems, word search and lots more. The first day ended and we were looking forward to the next day with lots of excitement and enthusiasm. As expected, the next day brought a lot of fun and enjoyment for us.  When we reached the school, our students performed and taught a few postures of Yoga, including the famous  ‘Surya Namaskar’. Many students were eager to learn this, as it is good for our body and improves flexibility as well. Next, there was a dance performance and the students of Spitler School performed their traditional dance for us. It looked very graceful as they were in complete sync with one another. We also showed a few of our bollywood moves to them. It was real fun and students from both the schools enjoyed the performances a lot.


Later, we received certificates for our participation in the Community Service Program. The honourable Principal of the school awarded us the certificates. Through this experience, we realized the importance of CAS for any community. It helps to develop an individual into a responsible citizen by sharing and caring for people in need by devoting time and effort, to make a small difference in their lives.


Team Members: Aanchal Agarwal, Aarush Abhijit Nimbalkar, Lakshya Agarwal, Pratyush Kumar Agarwal, Reshma Vidyadhar Kalas, Rudraksh Anubhav Sinha and Rushit Sanjay Kumar Sorathia (Students of MIT Gurukul, Pune).


EdTerra Edventures conducts various international and domestic programs for the youth. If you go to school and are under 17 years of age, ask your school to contact us to arrange a visit to your school for an introduction to the “Thailand & Cambodia: Gems of Southeast Asia” and other journeys under EdTerra’s Going Global Program.

For queries call +91-11-48885800 or visit EdTerra Browse Journeys page to know more about the programs we offer to school students. Visit our FB page by clicking HERE


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