Pupils at the Sierra de Yeguas secondary school in the north of Malaga province have raised almost half of their 12,000 euro target to help build a school in India. The idea started during an Ethics class and since November 2017 the whole school has got involved in the project. They have organised sponsored races, plays and have been selling products such as badges and bags. “People react really well because they see that although we are young we want to help,” pupil Fátima Mármol told SUR earlier this week. The school is working with the Vicente Ferrer foundation as Ethics teacher, María José G. Notario, has links with it.