Encouragement is one of the most powerful tools a teacher can use. It is often the key to unlocking untapped potential in children. As an educator or parent, your words and actions have the ability to lift students up or break them down. Encouraging words and actions are often internalized by students and have the power to motivate them to succeed.
On 21.02.2023 the Evening School Teacher encouraged the children who have achieved good ranks in the half-yearly examination. It is proven fact that the children were given additional support to excel in their studies. Prime Trust appreciates the evening school teacher for her efforts.
Finger Printing is an excellent tactile experience. It stimulates the child’s senses. It helps a child’s intellectual development. The mixing of colours teaches your child about their colours and how to create new colours. It allows them to use their imagination and create. It encourages cognitive development. It strengthens the hand and fingers which helps with fine motor skills. Most importantly, it is FUN!
On 22.02.2023 the MSW interns from Alagappa University, Karaikudi along with the Play School teacher conducted fingerprinting activities for the kids at Sishubhavan Play School, Muthialpet. The children enjoyed the activity.
Prime Trust provides Income Generation Program training at Varagupet Village, Villupuram District
Income-generating activities focused on poor communities focus on creating opportunities for communities to productively use locally available resources to develop less state and aid-dependent, more self-reliant households and communities able to care for themselves. Additional benefits of income-generating activities include: contributing to reducing poverty; improving the well-being of the communities as well as empowerment; and enhancing self-reliance and community development.
On 10.02.2023 about 15 women from the Varagupet village, Villupuram District were given training in manufacturing different housekeeping items like Phenyl, Clothes washing liquid, Dishwashing liquid, Soap oil, etc. Mrs. Meera who had received training from the government training program and who is manufacturing and sold the housekeeping items gave the training to the women. It was a useful training session for the women. The women thanked Prime Trust for organizing the IGP training.
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