Mindful of the importance of engaging children’s minds in productive and positive activities in pandemic times, FPVI devised a program that they can do from home during the first lockdown, long before the Module Distance Learning was launched by the Department of Education. There were news features, articles and books to read and understand in order to write summaries and share with others. They were also encouraged to keep a journal and to continue making art using found materials from their surroundings. The reading part remains a challenge, done more for compliance rather than for personal pleasure. On the other hand, journal-keeping and art-making have now become almost a habit and a source of great fun to all.
showcases the FPVI students’ written work and art creations combined. They have gone a long way since becoming part of the FPVI family. In the two long years of the pandemic, their physical growth is much evident but, on their way to becoming more mature pre-adults, we also see incremental growths emotionally, mentally and socially which FPVI is immensely proud of.
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