The Homework Club
Homework club at Somali Canadian Society of Calgary changes the lives of youth on their path to graduation and strong future by providing free tutoring to students who need additional academic support on a wide range of subjects.
This also provides a place for students to connect with friends and with supportive adults, a place to feel safe and comfortable while receiving mentoring in life skills, career and port secondary educational opportunities. Some of the benefits of homework club include students can get to know different kids than those they see at school. That means they don’t have to deal with same cliques and social issues. There’s generally mode adult supervision than on the school playground and feel part of a group.
A good club promotes cooperation, support and respect. This helps kids feel more secure about joining a game or starting a conversation. And if they slip up, a sympathetic volunteer should be on hand to remind them to take turns or stop interrupting.
Many parents are conflicted on whether or not there is any benefit to their child for attending after-school programs that provide assistance with homework. There are indeed many benefits to be had with children attending such programs, and parents should not fret about allowing their children to go to such classes. Not only are there direct benefits to your children’s education, but also there are many other skills that your child can pick up including social skills. In this article, we will explore many of the benefits that arise from children attending after-school programs for homework help.