A total of 15 Bangladeshi students attended the “Rosatom School”, an international children’s camp, held at “Ocean” Children’s Centre in Vladivostok, Russia.
A many as 126 children from eight countries across the world took part in the 20-day camp that began on 18 July, said a press release on Sunday.
Russia’s state nuclear energy corporation - Rosatom and Russia’s federal agency for international co-operation Rossotrudnichestvo, organised the event, added the press release.
Earlier, the Russian Cultural Centre selected children aged from 8-15 for the camp across the country. During the camp, participants gathered at such places to study the global language or to resolve several subject-specific tasks.
The camp included various programmes, including a number of workshops for participants, where each child could find what he or she wanted to do and learn things, which usually are not taught at schools, the release also added.
Alexander Zubko, consul of Bangladesh in Vladivostok, met the participants of the international camp.
Thanking “Rosatom School” for the initiative, he said a small step into the great future has already been made for the children through the camp.
“The “Rosatom School” International Children’s Camp is unique thanks to the opportunity to choose various activities, communication in various languages, development of creative and intellectual products, work with cultural contexts, its friendly and happy environment,” said Natalia Shurochkova, head of the “Rosatom School” project.