Malik, 7 years old, school pupil. Born in Syria.'I don't have memories of the trip. I have two sisters and one brother. My sisters are older. My brother is in the Kindergarden here. I used to come here to this kindergarden. We used to learn, play and get homework to do. The kindergarden was my favourite thing. Now I go to school. School is the best thing. It makes me happy. My best thing is to study at school. Maths is my favourite subject. We have two caravans and a middle space. One is for sleeping and one is a hosting area. The bedroom isn't my private space. My toys are my favourite. My football is my favourite toy. I like it, I play football but I only use my feet. Every now and then we leave to visit my aunt and uncle. They live outside the camp. My mother makes me feel safe. I don't know how but I feel safe. Horror movies make me feel scared [but] I don't watch them', Malik said. Malik attended a Save the Children kindergarden in Jordan which helped him to develop the learning skills he needed to start school.