King David Victory Park inspires curiosity

Jamie Rousseau, Jamie Twidale, Samuel Green, Elijah Lewis, and Jordan Levin with Kim Green from Lush Occasions who taught them how to arrange flowers. Photo: Supplied.

King David Pre-Primary Victory Park loves promoting young minds to get curious.

The school recently taught its Grade Rs about different occupations.

Marketing manager for the school, Nirvana Rogers said when they asked the children what their parents do for a living, most of the answers received were an innocent ‘they go to work’ with not much knowledge on what that work entailed.

“In an effort to teach children about developing their unique identity, as well as appreciate and understand the other roles their parents play – in addition to being mom or dad – each child was asked what they would like to be when they grow up and why they wanted to be that,” said Rogers.

She added that these lessons were aimed at consciously exposing the children to careers that lay outside their own experience.

“This was followed by an art activity where the learners drew their future occupation,” said Rogers.

On the day, Kim Green from Lush Occasions, volunteered her time to show the children what it is she does. The children were shown flower arrangements and they designed their own bouquets.

“The Grade Rs enjoyed a variety of lessons on different types of careers out there and the skills needed to pursue a chosen field,” concluded Rogers.

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