Posted on January 31st 2020
On Friday the 17th of January 2020, 7 students from Year 9, including myself, went towards City Hall, where the Apprentice is filmed. We went to a Social Intergration Youth Summit and took part in workshops ran by a social intergration action charity called WE. Many schools gathered together to share ideas of how we could change the world. The day was about bonding with new people and socialising with people you don't know. We did many activities which lead up to our speeches about how we can help to change our community. Our speech was about Children with disabilities and how we could help our local SEN school students in Swiss Cottage to have an enjoyable day at our school. Sadly, we did not get to present our ideas, but we came up with a good one! Overall, we had a great and memorable day, and we put a lot of effort into our presentation, not to forget the help of Mr.Osenie and Ms.Martins who helped us immensely, and also taking us to the venue and back. We all enjoyed interacting with other students from different schools and increase our knowledge about today's problems. This is an experience we will never forget!
By Haleemah Maqsood, Year 9