My son takes part in the School Television Club and also sometimes writes for the newspaper. I took him to a workshop and spent a couple of hours here. Everything is very interesting and sensibly organised. It feels like half of the material the guys get by themselves. It's as if their past life experiences are being activated and then they are guided along with some kind of route that the organisers have lined up. They add theory and give practical advice. They add theory, give practical advice. And the children in these spontaneous creative teams begin to create, to act. Their eyes light up, and we can see the result. It is a pleasure to look at your child, who gets involved in the process and is interested in communicating with children who are like him or her.