In a usual holiday setting, students are home watching television, visiting friends and relatives or sometimes helping out with domestic chores as they wait for school to restart. But Shaun Opio, a 17-year-old Senior Four leaver from St Joseph’s Senior Secondary School, Nagaalama says despite helping out with domestic chores, he has a challenge of low self-esteem. Yet, he says he needs to build his self-confidence as one of the skills to help him achieve his dream of either becoming a lawyer, or following in his father’s footsteps of being a legislator in Parliament. And he seems close to redemption after he, together with other students across the divide attended a five-day self-transformation Ability Explored Students’ Expo 2018 at Naalya Senior Secondary School, Buto campus, that emphasised life-skills development in students.