Why is being social an important life value to children?
Being out-going can be shown by how you socially get along with others. For instance in the holidays we meet children from different places and schools, and through interaction with one another we get to learn and share skills, knowledge and experiences. An out-going child is more bright and zealous.
Ella Arakoze, 11
Our teacher told us that when you are out-going it means you like socialising with those around you. Personally, I believe I am out-going and I have learnt a lot, for instance, team/net-working, sharing, and it has improved my self-esteem. I have also made good friends out of this habit.
Kerry kayitare, 12
I love learning new things, and being Interactive has made it possible for me to learn more. We all have different characters and that’s what makes us unique from one another. When you meet, play, talk or study with others you realise that there is a lot you need to know or what you can teach others.
Pacifique Maniragaba, 11
Imagine life without friends? It would be ugly and less interesting. I believe there can never be good friendship without socialising. As our teacher told us once, being out-going allows you to know the environment around you and how to thrive in it.
Raissa Bwengesangwa, 13