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The Running Teens programme, in collaboration with ‘Run to Your Home’, was a great success. The programme consisted of six sessions that took place between February and May 2023 for 15 S.1 students. In each session, the participants received running training and also participated in volunteer work by visiting the elderly who live in Shui Pin Wai Estate on 13th July, 2023. The programme aimed to promote physical fitness among students while also encouraging them to be more caring and compassionate towards the elderly in their community. By participating in volunteer work, the students were able to gain a greater understanding of the challenges faced by the elderly and were able to learn how to spread love and kindness to those around them. During the running training sessions, the students were taught proper techniques for running, including stretching exercises and warm-ups. The training sessions were designed to help students build up their stamina and endurance gradually. The running training not only helped students stay physically active but also taught them the importance of perseverance and determination. In addition to the running training, the students participated in volunteer work by visiting the elderly who live in Shui Pin Wai Estate. During the visit, the participants spent time with the elderly, listening to their stories and learning about their life experiences. The students were encouraged to engage in activities that helped the elderly, such as running errands or helping with household chores. Through the programme, the students developed a greater sense of community and became more aware of the challenges faced by the elderly. They learned to appreciate the value of volunteer work and how it can make a positive impact on the lives of others. The students also developed a sense of responsibility towards their community and learned to be more compassionate towards those in need. The programme was an excellent way for students to learn important life skills while also making a positive contribution to their community.

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