St Columba students in Cambodia to complete service work at primary school

Students dig deep, literally, in Cambodia.

Students dig deep, literally, in Cambodia.

SEVERAL St Columba Anglican School students are enjoying their time in Cambodia and have completed their service work over four days at Kong Maha Primary School.

The students completed concreting the floor of the school, plastering three quarters of the exterior walls and mixed over 1,300kg of cement by hand. On the last day of service, Kong Maha Primary School invited the community to celebrate with the students and hosted a party. 

Students have immersed themselves in the Cambodian Village culture, and have enjoyed the bucket showers and squat toilets which they are now accustomed to. They are next travelling to Angkor Wat and will return home later this month.


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