Saturday, May 24, 2008

Not Your Usual School

Open Air School
A class of students at a school in Abu Shouk refugee camp, north of the Darfur town of Al-Fasher. The open-air school has two teachers, 75 students and operates seven days a week.

Senegal SchoolClassroom in a Bedick village near Kedougou, Senegal.

The World's Smallest SchoolThe world's smallest school, an elementary school in Dasu village, has just one teacher & one student.

Riverbank School



This village primary school is located on the banks of a river. It has 52 students & out of these 52 students, 18 stay across the river. There is no bridge; only two cables that are the only means to travel across the river, so these students have to use these wire cables every morning to go to their school & later to reach back home.

Cave School





This is Dongzhong primary school at a Miao village, Asia, where the students have to travel over the mountains to the cave to learn everyday.

Hut School


A weird hut school from Asia.

Floating School
Halong bay with a community of around 1600 people live in four fishing villages. They live on floating houses & are sustaining by fishing & marine aquaculture. This is one of the floating schools of the floating fishing village.

Interesting School Bus from India
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4 comments :

Anonymous said...

That last picture - so, not only do you have to go to school, but you have to take turns driving the schoolbus? That totally sucks.

Anonymous said...

With gas prices rising that maybe my SUV soon.

Anonymous said...

hey hey i am from india.

That last image is half correct. yes children in any developing country have to use crowded transport like an auto, bus etcc..

The boy driving the rickshaw in last image is a playful action. Its not really that he is driving, because that is punishable offense for owner.

Anonymous said...

why is a school in a hut weird? You have quite a bit of judgement about people in other places. check yourself.