Emergencies can happen anywhere and at any time. The very nature of an emergency is unpredictable and can change in scope and impact. Being prepared and planning ahead is critical to protecting lives, the environment, and property.
We believe that outdoor learning offers one of the best approaches for young minds, to engage with the world around them and provide stimulating contexts to explore how we can all contribute to a more sustainable present and future. When outdoor learning is not feasible for various reasons, another form of synonymous learning called the “real world learning” is made possible.
The ELP 3 segment had few guests over to make real world connections in the comfort of their classrooms. The professionals from diverse sectors shared their knowledge which they hold as experiences and outcomes to the children. Children listened in rapt attention totally engaged in the content they had to offer, relating every time to their episodes in life.
We are so thankful to the Doctor and the Policemen who stepped in today to make the real world connection for our children and without them suitably playing their roles;
The world might not just be guided into well being and safety!
We salute them!