THE ACHIEVERS’ CORNER
Welcome to the Achiever’s corner, where we speak with children who are already very good at other skills, and yet opt for our skill building programs. We ask them how they derive value from our course, and what takeaways from the Cuekids’ course would stay with them for a long time. Let us take a look at the interview with Raya Srivastava.
unlock your Emotional superpower
Playful, keenly observant, a keyboard player and with a penchant for maths and coding. That’s Raya for you in a nutshell. Born in Qatar in 2009 and adorning a name with Indian & Arabic roots, Raya has grown up quickly in a multicultural society and is forever chirping with activity. She is always eager to explore new skills and cherishes time with her family without giving up on her favourite shows on Netflix. The sun shines ever so brightly in the lives of everyone Raya touches.
Know more about the Course
In this Course, Unlock your Emotional Superpower, the popular theme of superheros, we help kids to unravel the importance of emotions in character building. Using lots of interactive activities, games, role-plays and craftwork, we teach kids to be able to understand, comprehend, and tackle their emotions and thus become more emotionally intelligent. And what is more, each session has been carefully designed so that all children get maximum chance to participate and learn concepts for a lifetime – designed by specialists in the subject of psychology and nonverbal communication.
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