Peer Support Groups
Technology Buddies: Pair students who are proficient in technology with those who need assistance. The buddies can collaborate on digital projects, teach digital literacy skills, and explore educational apps and software together.
Book Clubs: Form small groups of students based on their reading interests. They can read and discuss books together, enhancing reading comprehension, critical thinking, and peer interaction.
3. Social Programs: a) Community Integration:
Entrepreneurship Program: Guide students in developing small-scale businesses or social enterprises, such as creating and selling crafts or organizing community events. This promotes entrepreneurship skills and community involvement.
Pen Pal Program: Establish connections with other schools or organizations, and facilitate pen pal exchanges between students. This fosters communication skills, cultural understanding, and friendship building.
Leadership Development: Empower students to take on leadership roles within the school community. They can organize events, mentor younger students, or represent their peers in school decision-making processes.
Life Skills Workshops: Conduct interactive workshops on essential life skills such as financial management, cooking, or personal hygiene. Students can share their knowledge and learn from each other.
4. Talent Training Programs: a) Creative Arts Program:
Creative Writing Workshops: Offer workshops that focus on storytelling, poetry, or scriptwriting, providing students an opportunity to explore their creativity and improve their writing skills.
Art Therapy Sessions: Collaborate with art therapists to provide art therapy sessions, allowing students to express themselves, process emotions, and build self-esteem.