A summer camp 'Snehakkoodu' was organised at Insight centre to nurture creative, intellectual and social skills in special children. 25 students participated in the camp which was held from 22 to 26 April 2013. Activities and games were held to encourage interaction, communication, concentration, besides giving children exposure to various new experiences with the help of technology. An interaction among parents was also held guided by Mr. Brahmanayakam Mahadevan, Patron of Focus Forth India. On the final day the students exhibited their creative talents through a skit titled 'snehakkoodu'.
A month long training programme for the visually challenged got underway in Kannur and Kozhikode districts in April 2013. As part of its efforts to reach out to the visually disabled in the north of Kerala, SPACE networked with Kerala Federation of the Blind (KFB) to organise the programme. In Kannur, the training was held at the KFB unit from 15 April 2013 and at Vocational Training Centre of KFB at Kundayithode in Kozhikode from 17 April 2013. 22 visually challenged students attended the programme.
SPACE's summer camp that promotes maker culture among children got underway at its office today. The 12 day camp will hold workshops for students from class 6 to 8 to introduce them to basic electronics, robotics, programming and various web technologies. Using their creative prowess and logical ability children will develop 3D games, mobile apps, animation videos etc at the camp.
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