It’s quite difficult getting a slot for the Children’s Season programme at the Police Heritage Centre. There aren’t that many slots to begin with and you have to make an appointment to get a slot. They don’t respond readily to emails or phone calls either. And when you do get a slot, you need to submit the full names and IC numbers of those who are attending. Somehow, Selena managed to sign the kids up for one of the slots and my aunt kindly took Anya there because I had a meeting to attend.
I think there’s lots they can do to make it more kid-friendly! My aunt said the kids were not allowed to touch most of the things there and were not supposed to make noise. Surely there are many interesting hands-on activities they can plan for kids at a police heritage centre! I think the highlight of the programme was when the kids got to dress up as little police officers. Here are some photos that my aunt took. Anya is dressed in a raggedy manner because she stayed over at my mum’s and didn’t have any clothes there!