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HHS/EC/26/2018                                                        [STD- 9]                                                                       Date: 12/12/2018


Dear Parents,

The long awaiting demand for picnic of your ward is being solved out. Hills’ High School in collaboration with wilderness India – a Surat based recognized organization which conducts Nature Education Camps – organizes over night camps at Jambughoda for students of Class IX on 2nd & 3rd January 2019. Outdoor Education Programme is a method of learning by doing, which takes place primarily through exposure to nature.  These camps are opportunities for students to learn and enjoy at the same time. They provide ample chances for them to develop teamwork and team spirit, communication and trust, leadership and problem solving skills, co-operation, planning and goal setting.  The camp site has all the facilities for the students and is completely safe for students. There will be teachers and other support staff members to ensure their safety. Students will be served pure vegetarian food. Facilities for Jain food also will be available.

The camp fee is Rs 2700 /- per student which includes transport, food (Lunch, high tea and Dinner) , accommodation and all adventure activities by Govt. authorized agencies scheduled for the camp. The camp would accommodate only 45 - 120 students so based on the principle of first come first serve, the first hundred students enrolled will be considered for the first batch. A second camp could be arranged in case there is an enrollment of another 45 students.

With Regards,


N.B : Those students who are not going for the nature camp will be attending school .

Kindly send the consent form and registration fee Rs 2700 by 20th December 2018.



Persis Hilluwala                                                                                                                                   P.P. Jose        

Director                                                                                                                                               Principal

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