Sunday, September 4, 2016


On Friday the 19th of August Krsnananda Prabhu took Krishna Balaram class on an adventure into the Enchanted Forest here on New Varshan farm.

The children all had a wonderful time. They enjoyed learning new skills and being outdoors.

Here are some photographs of the activities that went on in the Enchanted Forest.
Walking into the Enchanted Forest

Madhava and Jay Nitai trimming sticks

Krishaang practicing his saw skills

Sansita helping to build a shelter

Garima having fun

Kevala concentrating on her crafting skills

Sarah is working on her crafting skills too

A great day for all

It really was a great day for the whole class. They all returned to school smiling and happy.

Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Hare Krishna.

Welcome to Term 3.

We have had a few changes in the classroom. We have had some students move to Sita Ram class and 2 students have joined us from Jagannath class.

We have an exciting term with 4 big festivals ahead. I look forward to sharing with you what we are doing in Krishna Balaram class for those festivals.

Last term we enjoyed a wonderfful day at Arataki Regional Park learning about plants. I hope you enjoy these photos that were taken on that day.
Kevala, Tulasi and some children from Jagannath class assembling the large flower puzzle

Learning about the life cycle of a kowhai tree.

Manu, Rushi, Aneesa, Jay Nitai and Lalita assembling the giant flower puzzle.

Looking at some native trees.

A group photo

A large empty kauri snail shell.

Friday, July 15, 2016

Hare Krishna

I hope you are all enjoying the school holidays.

A lot has happened in Krishna Balaram Class so far this year.
Here are some photos of the masks that were made by the class for Lord Nshrimadeva's Appearance.

Sunday, May 29, 2016

Hare Krishna and Welcome!

Hare Krishna
Welcome to the new Krishna Balaram Class blog.

This blog page is under development so you will see changes happening here very soon.

I hope you check in regularly to see what has been happening in Krishna Balaram class. There is so much to catch up on already and there is more to come.

All Glories to Srila Prabhupada

Meredith Mataji