The schools closed on the first week of August, which marked the end of our second term of school. Our term was three months long from May to late July. During the term we engaged in co-curricular activities which mostly involved practical projects.
Below is a summary of activities that we engaged on during the term.
We organized a day during the weekend where we engaged the kids in various sports like athletics, football, volleyball and music competition.We were able to achieve this by numerous practices after classes on specific days of the week.The kids were grouped in small groups according to their capabilities and interests. The practices were aimed to a competition that was held towards the closure of the term where the best teams were awarded. The competition helped nurture talents among the kids and helped maximise their potential.
We came up with a program to improve the mobility skills of the kids.These we planned all the weekends to engage in the orientation and mobility skills practices which involved teaching the kids about new surroundings and how to identify the likely events that will happen there.We also taught them how to board and alight from vehicles.
These activities helped the kids to develop more social skills.They also helped them to realize they had more potential than they thought.
We would like to appreciate all our donors for their support that enabled TFEDI to put a smile on these kids.We are looking forward to many more activities in the next term.
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