“For the things we have to learn before we can do them, we learn by doing them.” ― Aristotle
Culmination delineates an approach to knowledge acquisition that has been gained, experienced and reinforced. Work experience can assist students to develop employability skills and an understanding of the work environment, career options and pathways as a progressive foundation for their life-long learning. Thus, we at Prudence give exposure to our students to various opportunities to explore possible career options.
Culmination of Work Experience curriculum, by the students of Prudence School Dwarka, 16B was held in the recent week of February 2020.
Meal Planning for enhancing culinary skills, dramatics for displaying their acting skills, robotics to assist the students to communicate across different technology, flower making with tissue paper, photo frames with waste material, and Christmas craft in fine arts were a few areas where our students were given exposure. The complicity of students and the inclusion of vividness to the premise was highlighted in the comprehensive student demonstration by incorporating and exhibiting various activities.
The objectives behind the culmination were successfully met.