How One Student Found the Courage to Reach Out for Help

The Social Work team had a talk on character building on September 15, 2022. During the session, several key issues were highlighted, including the fact that if someone were to give you a bad touch, you have to scream for help. Alternatively, you can run away to a safe place or tell someone you trust. This can be your teacher, one of your classmates, or a social worker at ElShaddai Centre.

The session helped one of our students, and the student had the courage to reach out to the teacher in the class. We were then able to help the student and the family with the matter.

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