The MFDF intervention programs are aimed at helping a child improve in a certain area of need. Teachers and MFDF, external and internal assistants can be able to track the progress of the child after the intervention has taken place.

Intervention programs are services designed to help learners achieve their learning standards and boost their performance. It is also aimed at identifying specific learners’ needs and come up with an action plan to assist them. The intervention can also help reduce barriers that affect the child’s progress.

Some benefits of the programs are; to help the learners to be independent, creative and also help them recognize the value of learning through our programs. Programs are decided to meet the needs of the learners and promote better performance and behaviour.

READ-A-THON:
➢ Reading and reading techniques.
➢ Audio Stories: would not change, those can be done at the intervention programs.
➢ Book reviews and summarization of comprehension.

SPELLING BEE:
➢ Learners will be required to identify spelling mistakes on stories /articles that will be provided to them.
➢ Write words on a card and learners have to provide Synonyms.
➢ How to use a dictionary
➢ Match the Opposites/Synonyms
➢ Mini Spelling Bee – Separate class into two groups and give them words to spell the group that spells most words correctly wins (Chalkboard spelling).
➢ Mystery words – learners will be given a sentence and they must be able to guess the word that describes the sentence.

DEBATING:
➢ Debate: Coaching for the learners; help the learners with debating techniques.
➢ Debate quizzes
➢ Research techniques
➢ Debating rules

DRAMA:
➢ Performance confidence-building activities and techniques.
➢ Drama activities including.
➢ Character development.
➢ Role-playing and dramatization.

POETRY:
➢ Performance confidence-building activities and techniques.
➢ Drama activities including.
➢ Poetry writing and understanding techniques.
➢ Role-playing and dramatization.

Intervention programmes are the first activity for the year and an introduction to the year’s calendar.