Datin Aseema conducted some games and a cooking session for the children. Assisting her were her nephews Vinod and Abhishek Kumar, and Cikgu Mangai’s daughter, Vinanjali. The children of Cherish, always look forward to these sessions.
Perhaps due to the cooler climate in Cameron Highlands, steamboat dinners remain popular amongst locals and visitors alike. Mayflower restaurant invited the students to such a sumptuous dinner on the 13th March 2018. The committee thank them for their generousity.
It is a tradition at CHERISH to celebrate major local festivals and this year was no different. The special children get to experience the various cultures.
Cooking lessons form part of our daily living activity skills training. These lessons are closely supervised and adjusted to the student’s capability and age. On the 18th January 2018, the students were taught on how to make sandwiches. Vishaka A/L Jivan preparing the sandwiches.. The finished product Lai Hooi Boor.. Izran Kamarudin hard at work….
From time to time, local restaurants,hotels or residents will sponsor meals for Cherish. On the 12th of April 2018, Smokehouse Hotel sponsored lunch and the children enjoyed themselves.
Under our sport and recreational programme, outings are organised at least once or twice a month. Usually it is to places within Cameron Highlands . On the 26th April 2018, the teachers took the children to the local playground.
Bocce is a ball sport resembling bowling and is developed in Italy. It was introduced in Cameron Highlands by the late Simon Rajendran when we trained our special children in it. Two of our students, Izran and Lai Hooi Bor, went on to win local awards in Bocce competitions organised for special children.On the 24thJ…