The first session of the workshop was an educational session. Each group went to a different station and they rotated around the stations so everyone got a chance at everything. The children were very interested in the activities and paid their full attention to what the interactors were instructing. The three subjects taught were Mathematics, Science and History.
After the educational session ended, it was followed by a short break and continued with a personal hygiene session. During the hygiene session, the children learned new things they didn’t know such as the spreading of bacteria and how to wash your hands properly.
The hygiene session was followed by another break and the Interactors prepared for the final session, which was the living skills session. In this session, the children were taught, basic survival skills, such as self-defence, how to cross a road, how to perform CPR, how to pick up an injured person, and how to extinguish.