An Innovative Idea: This new development will allow children to learn their daily chores in a much easier way.
Education is meant to be cherished and enjoyed and few understand it better than the teachers here. Penelope Stray and Michael Meneghetti, who are high school teachers in Fitzroy, has taken ownership of an unused W class Tram and transformed it into a place of learning, bonding and creativity. Ms. Stray says that this is an innovative idea for students to come and learn who otherwise don’t attend classes. Thoughtful and innovative, isn’t it?
Focus Is To Help Boost Up Students’ Confidence Using Tram
She also says that making it into a classroom is a perfect way to provide them with the resources that would assist in boosting up the confidence of the students. In the program, nine pupils of Fitzroy are registered and they are allowed to be a part of the group as long as they need help and support. In order to assure that the students are engaged with their activities and nothing else, cell phones are not allowed. The two of them encourage their pupils to engage in conversations, work collectively with the rest of the class, learn to cook their meals and also knit their clothes.
Ms. Stray also commented saying that she is thankful to the Yarra Trams and Public Transport Victoria for their support and is hopeful that other schools or learning intuitions follow in her footsteps.
Edited By: The Icy Tales Editorial Board