The day's classes are split into three sessions: morning (8 to 11 o'clock), afternoon (1 to 4 o'clock), and evening (4 to 9 o'clock) classes. Two hours are set aside for lunch, two hours for dinner. Children at FLOW go through an intense curriculum. They attend public school in the morning or afternoon and attend more classes after they get back home. The distance from FLOW to the primary school is 1.5 kilometers, whereas the secondary/high school is three kilometers away. Children either walk or ride bicycles to school, and because of a lack of bikes, it is not uncommon to find two children sharing a seat on the same bicycle. Each class session at FLOW runs for an hour in length. English is a required subject, computer class is taken by students with certain English level, with classes in the arts (sewing, dancing, or music) being voluntary. Much like the role of extracurricular activities in foreign schools, these classes allow the children to display their creativity and !
to appreciate traditional Khmer cultural arts.