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Learning Practical Everyday Skills

Learning Practical Everyday Skills

Oakhill College was alive with activity today during our experiential learning programme as students learnt practical skills useful in everyday life. Students fully immersed themselves across a wide range of “HOW TO” skills sets. They could choose to engage in their own bread making from original sourdough culture; table-setting and etiquette; setting their own ornament in resin; easy sweet-and-treat making; pottery making, baking and glazing; applying make-up to enhance their appearance; biodiversity guided hike through Pledge Park; mixing sound and music; English writing workshop; maintaining a car, changing a tyre and jump starting; as well as Bridge Building – how to design and build a bridge using premeasured dado-rails and glue (bridge-breaking will be held next term). How empowering to have acquired some forever-skills today!

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