Year 7 are studying the ethical treatment of animals. They investigated this topic during the ‘cow protection’ workshop at Bhaktivedanta Manor, a Hare Krishna temple and farm which puts Hindu beliefs about animal welfare into practice, as well as learning about key Hindu beliefs and worship.
“Visiting Bhaktivedanta Manor was very interesting and informative. We participated in a range of Hindu activities and were shown around some of the large campus. My favourite part was probably the cow ride down to the farm where we got to feed the cows.” Kirsty Roach,7M
“The trip was amazing. Cows even pulled us in a carriage. Then we had a very interesting talk about the Hindu lifestyle and how much cows really mean to them.” Cora Trilk, 7M