On Sunday May 1st, ROSE brought students together to develop group cohesion and life skills. Volunteers Sandeep and Emma led the session, which was attended by 21 students and 3 ROSE staff members. Students came from a range of batches and branch locations, so many were meeting for the first time - it was exciting to see people from different backgrounds come together across the 3 hour session! Students got to know each other better through games and team work, and by the end of the activities, students were markedly more confident introducing themselves and remembered the names of their peers. In small groups, they worked on developing an imaginary villages, which led to reflection upon societal values and the role of education, including computer education, in students' lives. Students also went out of their comfort zones to present their villages to the group, which yielded some interesting questioning and discussions!
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