Training is an important part of shaping students to become intellectually developed and active citizens of their country. What’s more, it is a great means of informing children about subjects that are interesting for them. On the 29th May, Roddy Scott Foundation students held a productive and entertaining training session by the McLain Association For Children, which was beneficial for us to develop bright thinking and collaboration skills, as we worked in groups and we were able to invent stories. The trainers were so active and qualified that you were willing to do your best. It lasted all day, but it wasn’t tiring for me because time ran out that we didn’t notice.
To my mind, this kind of trainings are a brainwave, since it makes me a more motivated and determined person and we learn useful things and receive beneficial information.