Mammadu celebrates young people
18 October 2019 | Local News
“Because I see them daily, I don’t actually notice how they have grown,” says Agnes Albrecht Röhm of the centre. She adds that the kids have grown up and are self-assured, responsible, reliable and have a good self-image.
“The toddlers have turned into young people. They have developed so amazingly, each in his or her own way and according to his or her own special nature, but all in all one can certainly be proud of them.”
The group has enjoyed a number of outings recently, including the theatre for the final rehearsal of a musical. “The children were so enthusiastic that they immediately started performing dances,” Agnes said. “We were invited to the Embassy of Malaysia for their National Holiday again and as in previous years, the kids danced and helped at the ADS Bazaar.”
During the next couple of weeks there is only one thing on their program and that is to study hard for the examinations which are starting at the end of the month.