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12 April, 2019

Huaxin Sensory Workshop

Huaxin Sensory Workshop On 19th March our Charity committee hosted a Workshop for the Huaxin Rehabilitation and Education Centre. This workshop was completely student led under the leadership of Khushi Tuli, the charity leader. The Committee worked really hard to give the parents and the children a great time. IMG_5927a

On 19th March our Charity committee hosted a Workshop for the Huaxin Rehabilitation and Education Centre. This workshop was completely student led under the leadership of Khushi Tuli, the charity leader. The Committee worked really hard to give the parents and the children a great time.

The workshop started with a warm welcome to the parents and the children. The committee then hosted a singing workshop for the parents where they were taught classics like Twinkle-twinkle little star and Do re mi. For the children, a number of activities were hosted to improve their sensory skills. These included colouring, feeling different textures and also playing different instruments. By lunch time the committee took the children and the parents to the cafeteria to enjoy some lunch.

This was a great opportunity for the students to connect with their local community and to work towards our global goal of providing a quality education.

Khushi Tuli

“Working and spending time with these children gave me immense joy and satisfaction. The happiness on their faces was one of the most fulfilling experiences of my life. Giving joy, love and affection to the children and helping them enhance their sensory skills, even though it is only a small contribution to society, is something I will cherish this forever in my life”.

Millison Bassett:

"Working with Huaxin made me feel fulfilled as I could see first-hand the benefits: from enhancing the children's sensory abilities to developing their learning and creative skills. "

Dr Cattell:

“It was wonderful to see the children and parents from Huaxin engaging with, and enjoying, the activities that our students here at BISS had prepared for them. It was also great to see how well our students worked collaboratively to organise the event, as well as the leadership skills that they developed in the process”.