In order to celebrate Children's Day, the Students' Union organized a visit to the local Hope elementary school on Jun. 1st.
Volunteers made full use of their strengths and came up with various activities during the visit. Students of excellence shared with pupils their experience in learning sciences and literature. Chemistry and physics majors attracted pupils with experiments involving the change of colors, shapes, sizes and so on. PE majors showed all kinds of moves and tricks with basketball, football, and Ping-Pong. Art students taught pupils drawing skills, especially how to draw their favorite cartoon characters, as well as some new songs, including one English song.
The activity received high praise from both the elementary school and the students. Pupils were amazed at what they saw, heard and learned and said that was the best Children's Day they had ever had, according to the headmaster of the school. The latter, on the other hand, believed that this had been a perfect chance for them to apply what they had learned to real life situations, and they felt proud that their professional knowledge could be of use and the visit made them feel needed.