PR - As part of international week of persons with disabilities, SENESE Inclusive Support Services is running an interschool speech, poetry and debate competition for primary, secondary schools and tertiary institutions.
SENESE has been running a story-telling competition since 2011, and this competition is a continuation of that successful programme.
The initiative is to allow for students to tell their story using poetry, speech and through debate to sing the theme: “The inclusive future we want for children with disabilities.”
It takes a community to achieve an inclusive future for children with disability.
This programme is a collaborative effort to determine how well schools have understood the concept of inclusiveness for persons with disabilities.
1. Speech Primary
2. Speech Secondary School/
3. Speech Tertiary
4. Poetry Primary
5. Poetry Secondary/College
6. Poetry Tertiary
7. Debate Secondary/College or Tertiary.
The last time SENESE Inclusive Support Services hosted storytelling was in 2014.
SENESE is the main provider of inclusive education support services, supporting children and their families who are educated in regular primary and secondary schools.
SENESE believes in removing all barriers to accessing quality education for all children with all disabilities and in educating children in their own communities with other children.
SENESE is extending the due date for hard copies of entries to Wednesday the 30th of November and students can submit their entries to our office, the old observer building at Vaitele or through emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Hard copies of Entries will be screened and the top entries will be forwarded to judges for consideration in preparation for competition date 3 December 2016.
For more information contact our SENESE office on +685 27531, 27532,