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Summary Report of JSA Behaviour Excellence Clinic (12th May, 2019).


This month’s JSA Behaviour Excellence Clinic was held on 12th May 2019. It was also a special edition to celebrate JSA moms on the occasion of Mother’s Day. Ambassadors were warmly welcomed by their coaches at the various levels and they submitted their assignments for the month. Next was the discussion of the monthly topics at various levels.

Foundation Level.
The monthly topic for discussion at the Foundation level was “Social Etiquette” (Basic social etiquette skills necessary for growth), facilitated by Uncle Nii. They discussed social etiquette and its importance and were taken through some of the important social etiquette skills they have to adapt as children for their social development.

Intermediate Level.
The intermediate level was facilitated by Uncle Quojo Baydu. The topic was “Patriotism” (Learning How to be a Patriotic Leader). They learnt the meaning of patriotism and why it is important to be a patriotic leader. They were also equipped with some vital tips on how they can be patriotic leaders.

Maturity Level.
The Maturity level was facilitated by Uncle Eric in the absence of regular facilitator Uncle Joojo Bediako. The topic was “Importance of Networking”. Ambassadors were equipped with effective tips on networking as well as the importance of building strong networks for the future.

Parents Session.
Aunty Uzoma Tetteh facilitated the parents’ session. They also discussed Social etiquette skills necessary for their children’s growth and development. They spoke about some of the important social etiquette skills for children and how they can equip their children with these skills to improve their social interaction and behaviour in society.
After the sessions at the various levels, representatives from each level came forward and shared what they had learnt with everyone.

Mother’s Day Celebration.
Next was the special JSA Mother’s Day celebration to honour all JSA moms. Mothers and children engaged in a “pick and act” activity. Each child picked an activity and acted it out for their mom to foster bonding and show appreciation. Music was played and mothers also danced with their children as part of the celebrations. Prizes were also presented to some of the moms for their outstanding input and effort at the JSA monthly clinics. Some of the children also wrote down prayers for their moms which they read out to the admiration of all present. To crown the memorable day off, all the mothers came together to cut a mother’s day cake to mark their special day.
The closing prayer was then said and refreshments were served to bring the May edition of the JSA Behaviour Excellence Clinic to a close. In attendance at the day’s clinic were 34 Ambassadors comprising 22 boys and 12 girls.

Thank you to the JSA team, parents, ambassadors, partners, sponsors, guests and all well-wishers for your support to make the May Behaviour Excellence Clinic a success.

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