A lesson in natural disasters
CHILDREN were given a first-hand experience of life inside a tent when ShelterBox visited to highlight its lifesaving work.
The Helston-based organisation provides emergency shelter and supplies for families around the world affected by disasters.
Representatives visited Roskear Primary and Nursery School in Camborne to show their equipment and tell stories of their work overseas.
The Year 3 and 4 children, who are studying earthquakes and volcanoes, were shown how nature can have a life-changing impact on people around the world and Year 3 teacher John Savage said: "The children were really excited.
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"They're already bringing in pictures, posters and even models of volcanoes they've made at home because they can't wait to get started."