I have been to a Social Programme event twice in 3 months, “BBQ party at St Heliers Bay” and “Pubs tour”.
I enjoyed them because they gave me time to talk with students who I have never met, and shared our experiences and knowledge, so I spent most of the time on talking and drinking.
The best part of this Social Programme is getting to know everyone and hearing everyone’s different perspectives and feelings, and we can get discounted price.
However, sometimes unexpected and surprising things can happen. When I went to the BBQ party and I was eating a sausage, many sea-gulls came to me, and wanted food, so I gave them it.
Most Social Programmes are difficult to do at my flat or without school, so it is pretty different.
By Jae Jun Ha, a student at Languages International