What we do
Borotin camp Education project

Activities in the camp

Our task is to train the children academically, this means giving them the basics of English and Mathematics, developing their gross and fine motoric skills, widening their imagination and knowledge of the world.

Aesthetic education

We work with the children for the development of positive qualities, creativity and social abilities.

Great emphasis is also given to aesthetic education (dance, art and crafts, music, drama).

Outdoors activities

Every day, according to the weather, a certain amount of time is spent outdoors. Activities are organised such as collective games, drawing with chalk, blowing bubbles, riding bicycles, planting in the garden and taking care of the vegetables. The children also spend time in the playground on the swings, slides, trampoline, seesaw and in the sand-pit.

Some field trips are organised for the children, such as visiting a stable to feed and ride the horses, discovering the surrounding countryside on board a local train, spotting deer and rabbits in the fields and boating on a nearby lake.

Discover the Wild Nature

Around the village there are meadows where the children can find wildflowers and learn about insects. There is also a forest to explore and learn about the forest life.

Children and Meditation

A balanced education combines intellectual and emotional growth with a spiritual growth that leads to a healthy wellbeing of each child. What is special about the Borotin Children Camp is that it offers a unique method of meditation, called  Sahaja Yoga Meditation, taught not only as a school topic, but as part of the children’s daily life.

In the last 20 years many scientifical studies have explored the potential benefits of "mental silence state" achieved by regularly practicing Sahaja Yoga Meditation. This method showed proven benefits in the cases where the subjects were affected by conditions like asthma, anxiety, stress and depression and also for children with ADHD.

The daily meditation consists of sitting in a relaxed comfortable position, in silence or with soft music for a short time, and establishing inner peace and inner silence that will last throughout the day.
It helps the children to be balanced, to act rightly, to enjoy the moment and to give an appropriate response to the daily situations they may encounter:

  • while playing it can happen that a child snatches a toy away from another child, instead of crying out, he can ask for it calmly;
  • one child is standing in a queue, waiting for his turn, he will stand patiently, without pushing others;
  • during one lesson, a child has difficulties to learn, the other children will help him instead of laughing at him.

By practicing this very simple meditation the children become confident, responsible, humble and caring;  their improved attention allows them to learn better and be creative. Their personality has full liberty to express and expand.



During one session, the children are able to develop their own personalities, their character. They mature and develop intro strong and loving beings. They are given the necessary freedom to achieve this. In the same time, they are being guided in order to understand and avoid the traps of modern society.

Living in a collective environment creates various situations to deal with – sharing the space, accepting changes, taking on challenges. This style of living brings open-mindedness to the children.


They are encouraged to cooperate rather than compete, to be true to themselves rather than to be superficial.

Beeing tolerant

They become more tolerant and trustworthy, expanding this joy to their families.

Preserve the innocence

The children are in an environment that protects their innocence and helps them be responsible members of the society.