Mental Health Activity


Methodist Epworth Village Community Centre, Social Welfare staged an interactive drama to help our junior form students understand the importance of self-appreciation and the ways to reach self-understanding. Issues like self-worth, peer pressure and conformity were included in the drama and students were invited to share how they could make their voices heard without getting into arguments with friends and adults. After the sharing session, students agree that effective communication skills can allow others to understand them better. They also learn that they should share their thoughts and feelings with others instead of keeping everything to themselves or suppressing their anger and frustration, which is crucial to their mental health.

Guidance Team