Our friend Mrs Price’s connects with her friends in Peru
Jindivick school have been in contact with Cachiccata school in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, Peru since 2007.
We have sent toothbrushes and maths equipment along with many letters and photos.
The school is high in the Andes approx 3000 masl. There are about 20 children at the school.
15 thoughts on “Mrs Price and her class at Jindivick PS are Globally connected to Cachiccata School, Peru/”
It really looks like a peaceful place its really kind of Mrs Price to be showing the photos she took! 😀
Hi Ben, it IS a very peaceful place. I LOVE Peru and have many photos…I could come and show you some(or lots) if you would like.
At the bottom of the mountain on the right of the photo is the train line to that place Mrs Joyce wants to go to!!! There are lots of trains every day, or you can do a four day walk, or take the train for a bit and then do a 1 day walk. I recommend the 1 day walk…it is a VERY hard walk!!! Do you know why it is SO hard??
It’s an excellent photo Mrs Price, I can tell you connecting with other countries is one amazing experience. 😉
I think this place would be a wonderful place to live or stay for a holiday! I think that I am there al ready just by admiring the image! I think that this place will be a perfect wish for you that will definitely come true! I would love to go with you there if this wish comes true but I have to stay at school and do work!
This place looks very peaceful and very quiet. I would love to live there. I think anyone would wish to live there or have a holiday there. The image is brilliant I just keep looking at it. This is now one of the many places that I want to visit.
If Mrs Price wants to visit Machu Picchu in Peru, she had better drag me along in her suitcase! that is very, very high on my global wish list. Maybe next year …
I have been to Machu Picchu twice Michael. It is a very special place. Apart from the pictures we all see, it has amazingly steep mountains all around. I mean REALLY steep!!!
I think that this place looks peaceful and relaxing. I cant believe there are only 20 kids at the school. Its not that many! The mountains look so tall in the image! I wonder if anyone has climbed them to the top, or died trying. Mrs Price is so lucky to be working with Peru, it is a truly amazing place. I have no idea what wonder of the world is in Peru….I might have to research. 😉
Hi Heidie, there is another snow covered mountain that is behind the clouds in this photo which the local people worship. It is beautiful!! On the top of the mountain on the left of the photo are the ruins of an ancient temple which the local people are very proud of. My friend took us up to see it. We had to go on horses because it was steep and because of the altitude. It was over 4000 metres above sea level…that’s really high!
I would love to be there, it would be extremely peaceful and it’s near mountains that you might be able to go up. Mrs Price I wanted to know why you like this place and anything that could improve at your place?
That place looks like somewhere you could relax under a nice tree and I agree with Ben it looks like a peaceful.
It’s great that schools we interact with are getting interacted with other countries.
I hope we get to see lots of photos o Peru
See ya soon
It looks like it is in the bush because of the mountains and looks like it is about to rain.
The mountains look beautiful and admiring. Is there ax great view from the mountains. I wish I could go to Peru on day. It looks so beautiful.