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Ashram College

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How to use this School page:


  • On this page you will introduce yourself to the other groups/classes in your Learning Circle and post your challenge contributions. 
  • We ask you to share not only the results, but also the learning process of how you discussed, planned, divided tasks etc..in your own group. 


Giving and receiving feedback:


  • On this page you will also find text boxes for feedback received from other groups in your Circles.
  • We ask you to give feedback to two other groups / classes in your Circle directly on their school page.
    Please click here for the feedback-schedule , it will guide you to the school pages.
  • If you want to give feedback to another (additional, extra) group, please add it on the school page of that group or use the comment box at the bottom of the school page.







Contributions Challenge 1:


Due to easter-holiday and testweeks we had some delay, but now we proudly present our contributions to challenge 1!



Challenge 1 .pdf


Screenshots from this pdf:




Feedback from: Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy 


We found your posts very inspiring. The poems and the rap have a very powerful message that would appeal to many people who have gone through this journey. The way the information was set out was very colourful and it catchers a person’s attention.  You can see that a lot of thought has been put into the information, your page is fun and exciting.  




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Contributions Challenge 2:

A letter to Urmilla


Dear Urmilla,


Wow. You’ve got an awful story passed.. We (Sandy and Natacha) really respect how you picked yourself back-up and how you achieve the life you got right now. You spoke up for yourself and now you also speak up for the ones who can’t. We have a few questions for you:


If you didn’t do what you do right now, what were you doing than? What were your dreams and what was the reality ?

If you could give your life back then a grade and your life right now a grade on a scale from 1 to 10. What would those grades be ?

Imagine,if you could add a childright to the childrights. What do you think you’d do ?

Is this everything you wanted or do you have a lifegoal now that you still want to achieve ?


If you’re reading this, we would be very thankfully and it would be amazing if you’d answer our questions, we’d really appreciate that ! Keep doing what your’re doing right now, it’s great and I’m sure you’ll inspire a lot of girls all over the world. YGG ! :)



Natacha and Sandy ♥



Dear Urmila,


We’re so sorry that you’ve been through all this.

We hope you have a much better life right now

and not only you but all the girls who are being used

to work for rich people without getting payed.

We are so proud that you are now the chairman of the Kamalari Girls Forum. 


We also have some questions for you, 


How did you feel when you worked there?

Did you ever had the oppurtunity to get out of the building?

Did you get enough food? Or attention?

Did they treat you with respect?


Jouiriya and myriam


Letter to Urmila

Hello Urmila

First of all we want to tell you that you are a very strong women. Trough all the hard work that you did  ot get payed for you stayed strong and found a way out. We don’t know allot of women like you most of them would have given up years ago.

We would like to ask you a few questions about your life trough those 12 years that you worked like a kamalari (house slave) :

1 was your ‘master’ nice to you or not?

2 do you still think sometimes about those 12 years?

3 did you get beaten up sometimes?

4 were you the only kamalari or were there more girls like you that worked for your ‘master’?

5 did you have spare time or did you have some sparetime?

These were the questions that we wanted to ask you. We wish you all the luck with your further life and the lessions that you give to other girls we also hope that you will stay strong.

Greets from The Netherlands



patrycja en nisrine





Made by Finn Mark from 2Ma


We chose the company ‘’Vans’’, Finn owns their shoes wich were manufactured in Vietnam.


They do not participate in child labour, as far as we know becasue we cannot find the information on the Internet.


Their goods are manufactured from Vietnam, and yes, child labour does exist there.


We honestly don’t really know, because there is no information we could find on the Internet about this.


We do not know this, because we dont know if they battle child labour at all. We can’t find the information.


Our New school:







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Comments (4)

gtp.colegiu@yahoo.com said

at 10:37 am on Apr 1, 2016

We liked your video, excellent presentation! Really nice children!

Natasha Cherednichenko said

at 3:18 pm on Mar 13, 2016

Dear participants
Thank you for presenting yourselves. You have so many hobbies. I noticed some of you like Star Wars. So many students also like Star Wars in Ukraine too. Nice to meet you!

Bob Hofman said

at 9:06 pm on Mar 12, 2016

I loved to see the globe zooming in to Alphen aan de Rijn :-)
And seeing all the bicycles around the school was so funny... thanks for your informative clip, well done!!

Manon van Herwijnen said

at 9:03 pm on Mar 12, 2016

Thank you for your professionally created video. Welcome students from Alphen!
We are also looking forward following you on your worldly learning tour with the others.

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