Since its launch in December 2021, students have been immersed in heightened expectations at the beginning of each month as to what there is to explore in their quest to be smart.
Interestingly, these tasks are designed to be relevant to the local culture and context, thereby, promoting diversity through widened perspectives on a common theme.
“At least every month, all spots have got something to work on. This gets us engaged. The challenge allows students to exhibit their literacy skills in different dimensions (both audio, drama and written). For volunteers, we’re also exposed to various ways of carrying out literary works with our students.”
-Abdul Rauf (Volunteer, Metsrikasa).
Coupled with a prize for the winning team/individual, participating communities are also rewarded scores on the literacy leader board which accumulates into an annual reward for the most excelling Spot.
All participants receive personalised certificates, with winners recognised and an ongoing leadership board. Sevenoaks School students design these as part of their service and partnerships engagement in the EduLit project.
Compilations of Work
Students in Sevenoaks compile the work our communities create and display them in diverse forms. Here are some examples.