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The pupils and students of Uniciti Education Hub committed to education and environment!
30 June 2018
Uniciti Education Hub committed!

The pupils and students of Uniciti Education hub committed to education and environment! The Higher Education students and Secondary pupils of Uniciti Education Hub have worked on a fresco painted on the external wall of the ZEP Bambous 'A' Government Primary School, on the theme of protection of the environment.


The first phase of the project was launched in June with a drawing contest amongst the pupils of the Bambous 'A' primary school. The 28th of June, 33 Form III students of the West Coast International Secondary School kicked off the implementation of this initiative of the Fondation Medine Horizons and Uniciti Education Hub, by taking turns during the day to paint the basic white layers required for the future frescoes.


Three drawings have been selected further to the drawing contest at the Bambous 'A' primary school and have been reproduced on the walls of the school by the Uniciti Education Hub students on Saturday, 30th June. These drawings will be included in a global design prepared by the students and approved by the Ministry of Education. This event was a joyful and memorable experience for the students of Uniciti Education Hub and the pupils of Bambous 'A' Government School as the latter took part to the painting activities with the help of the Uniciti Education Hub students.


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